“We overvalue nonessentials like a nicer car or house, or even intangibles like the number of our followers on Twitter or the way we look in our Facebook photos. As a result, we neglect activities that are truly essential, like spending time with our loved ones, or nurturing our spirit, or taking care of our health.”
― Greg McKeown, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
As a guru and life coach to many entrepreneurs, Lee Brower uses the concept of True Wealth in order to help his clients focus on the essential activities in their lives. In the video below, Lee explains how he uses the four quadrants of True Wealth in order to prioritize his thinking and focus on the essential.
I’ve noticed that as I get older, I’ve come to value wisdom, character, and know-how more and more. Some people are skillful and fortunate enough to create financial legacies for their families. Empowered Wealth has given me the opportunity to observe how one’s wisdom, character, and know-how if thoughtfully and intentionally conveyed in the form of teaching, mentoring, and coaching can guide younger generations, regardless of their financial wealth. I’ve been slow to realize that empowering younger people to become the best leaders they can be is the most reliable way to sustain families, organizations, and groups over multiple generations.