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April 27, 2015
I agree with you Paul. Living in the moment and making the most out of each moment is happiness and success. Each of us defines success differently. That dsn't make us good or bad. It's no big deal if someone wants to take a vow of poverty, while someone else wants every dime they see. But I see a bunch of opinions that are in between those extremes.
In B's case, he is a provider for his family. His concerns are the bottom line financials of a yoga teaching business. He knows how much he needs to make ends meet. But it dsn't seem like opening a yoga studio will give him his bottom line - guaranteed. And is seems like he might be considering his options. By the way the cost of a Dunkin Doughnut shop is: $255,700 - $1,100,000.
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