Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 13


Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite articles, videos, and podcasts I read, viewed, and listened to over the past week. 

This week features an interview with financial planner Michael Kitces on the safe withdrawal rate, a discussion with one famous chef on why he avoids lifestyle inflation, and much more. Enjoy!

My Favorite Video

Dan’s backyard is quite impressive.

My Favorite Articles

Don’t live for the Moment. Live for the Legacy.

via Brianna Wiest

“Freedom is not the ability to act on any given impulse, it is the ability to choose what you want to act on, and why. It is not the absence of commitments, values, or discipline, it is the ability to choose them at will.”

Mario Batali Decided Not to Get on the Rich Person Treadmill

via Wealthsimple Money Diaries

“If you don’t owe anybody money, you don’t have to take any shit from anybody, ever.”

You Can’t Do It All at Once, and That’s OK

via Bianca Bass

“Life rewards the doers, that much is true. But life also rewards those who prioritize what’s actually worth doing.”

I Have Only One Rule About Money

via Jon Westenberg

“If you’re rich or you’re poor, you can’t let money be the central concern and driving force of your life. You have to look at money as being a tool. Nothing more — nothing less.”

7 Lessons from 7 Business Books That Made Me More Money

via Cole Schafer

“Earning more makes no difference if you aren’t saving. A rich wealthy doctor making $1 million a year, but spending $1 million a year is not rich and wealthy.”

My Favorite Podcast

Michael Kitces – The 4% Rule and Financial Planning for Early Retirement

via The Mad Fientist Podcast

An interview with retirement researcher and financial planner Michael Kitces on the safe withdrawal rate, the origin of the 4% rule, and how early retirees have unique problems and advantages financially. This podcast is seriously one hour of gold.

That’s all for this week, thanks for reading 🙂


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2 Replies to “Sunday is for Sharing: Volume 13”

  1. The best thing from this sharing for me is: “If you’re rich or you’re poor, you can’t let money be the central concern and driving force of your life. You have to look at money as being a tool. Nothing more — nothing less.” — such attitude changes everything!
    Thanks for this! 🙂

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