5 Tweet Tuesday
💎 5 Tweet Tuesday 💎
If you're new around here, every week I share the 5 best tweets i saw.
I scroll, so you don't have to!
Let's dive in:
It's a fun exercise to decide what you DO and DON'T want in your Rich Life. Some examples from my life:
- Cash reserve
- Personal trainer
- Beautiful clothes
- Travel X months/year
DON'T want (right now):
- Own a house
- New car
What would your list look like?
— Ramit Sethi (@ramit)
May 1, 2023
This is a great exercise. What do you really want? THEN figure out how much money that takes.
For me... I WANTED
Cover any cost for my mom, with no hesitation
A nanny to help with my kids
Live outside the US for 1 month/year
Own a house (I like to rent!)
Fancy car (too stressful)
Nice clothes (my favorite shirt is $19 from Kohl's. I own 40 of them and wear it everyday)
What about you?
Emmett was the CEO at Twitch when they acquired my company, Bebo.
I totally agree with this. "Do the job before you hire for it" (otherwise, you don't really understand what to look for)
“For the best results with your children, spend only half the money you think you should but double the time with them.” — @kevin2kelly on @tferriss
— Brian Rumao (@brianrumao)
May 2, 2023
People with fancy MBA's like to create complicated financial models
As a simpleton I break down a P&L into 4 numbers
This model works no matter the size of the business http
— Brian Beers (@brianbeers)
Apr 21, 2023
It's easy to "overcomplicate" things. But business is simple, and I love this simple P&L.
my ai girl lit 🎧
— bloomy btw 🌸 (@yungcontent)
Apr 25, 2023
This really is the future, huh?
P.S. which tweet was gold for you? Reply with the number (#1, #2, #3, #4, or #5) !