Inner wealth is what ultimately sustains us.
— One of the most enduring and damaging myths is that wealth denotes competence. The wealthy are often beneficiaries of systematic privilege, familial resources, and pure luck. Believing them capable, and punishing the poor for perceived faults, has hurt this country immeasurably. — Jared Yates Sexton (@JYSexton) April 5, 2019 I recently addressed the topic…
What are you going to do about it?
Twenty years of moral psychology can help explain the college admission scam.
The most damaging myth in American higher ed is that college acceptance is about merit.
One of the few books that changed me.
Redefining what it means to be rich and successful.
Here’s how you rationalize not being a ‘winner.’
7 self-sabotaging activities you must stop.
You cannot succeed if you surround yourself with small thinkers, doubters and armchair experts.
Money is not the key to happiness (but you already knew that).
What is more important in your heart—money or people?
Love is a nice byproduct of life. But you cannot actually buy things with it. (Or can you?)
I have come to discover over the years that we will only shine in the area of our gifting.
It still remains true, especially for men, that we are primarily valued for what we earn.
Millennials face unique concerns for saving for retirement.