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 entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk, an article that argues why your 20s shouldn’t be the best years of your life, and much more. Enjoy!
My Favorite Video
Johanna Nordblad puts cold showers to shame.
My Favorite Articles
via Nicolas Cole
“Many people begin living life beyond their means as soon as the opportunity presents itself. They don’t save money, they spend money. They pick up an expensive car payment. They blow it on bar tabs and once a year trips somewhere so they can forget about the other 51 weeks they spend doing something they don’t really enjoy.”
via Whitney Cummings
“To change the way I thought about money, I started substituting the word “money” with the word “freedom.” “
via Ryan Holiday
“We don’t get to choose so much of what happens to us in life…but we can always choose how we feel about it…”
“Have you ever felt like a disappointment because you haven’t found your one true calling? You, my friend, might be a multipotentialite…”
“Get furniture used and make this the normal way for you. Mention that this month your expenses were completely covered by income from your investment accounts. Cook meals that only cost $1 but taste the same as $10 meals. Later you can start talking about how you don’t need to work anymore because you have enough savings to retire.”
My Favorite Podcast
Gary Vaynerchuck is one of the few entrepreneurs I follow closely online. In this interview, Gary talks with author James Altucher about how people all over the world can (and do) make money from starting their own blog, podcast, website and side businesses.
That’s all for this week, thanks for reading 🙂
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