Using money to buy time and happiness

Using money to buy time and happiness

In 2010, Warren Buffet, one of the world’s richest men, announced he’d leave 99% of his wealth to charity. He also met with fellow billionaires and got similar public pledges from them, including Bill Gates and Larry Ellison. Stanford research reports Buffett stating...
The cost of not having a life

The cost of not having a life

Heading out with friends for a meal and drinks (and catching an Uber home if you’ve had a few) is not cheap. Not only can it easily set you back $150-200, but it can also be a major cause of social friction if your friendship group includes people from a range of...
Time our most valuable commodity

Time our most valuable commodity

You probably shouldn’t plan on sleeping only three hours per night like Donald Trump, or working until 3am every morning like Picasso. But you should definitely realise the value of sleep compared to time, and organise and automate your schedule and tasks to the maximum extent your job (and life) allow.

The path to generosity

The path to generosity

You see them in the distance, they look at each person who passes; using any means possible to get their attention. You grab your phone and look down at the screen and pretend you are doing something extremely important. As you get closer you start to get nervous,...