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  1. ryang
    July 26, 2012

    Yes, I agree that financial independence is a pillar of wealth, but there are a few other aspects to consider. I believe wealth is defined by a combination of your health, the quality of your relationships, overall happiness, and finally money. If you are missing one of these pillars, you are not considered wealthy.

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    • CJD
      August 3, 2012

      Exactly what I think too, I’m now working on that final pillar.

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  2. Benjamin Arie DeKraker
    July 27, 2012

    First paragraph:
    “Many want to be called wealthy but are nothing more than just rich and usually struggle finding the balance between having money and being wealthy. ”

    Here’s a thought: If having other people “call you wealthy” is at the top of your priorities, and you *worry* about what your LABEL is…. then you’re not wealthy.

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  3. Benjamin Arie DeKraker
    July 27, 2012

    First paragraph:
    “Many want to be called wealthy but are nothing more than just rich and usually struggle finding the balance between having money and being wealthy. ”

    Here’s a thought: If having other people “call you wealthy” is at the top of your priorities, and you *worry* about what your LABEL is…. then you’re not wealthy.

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  4. Romy Garcia
    August 1, 2012

    Being wealthy is knowing that life is not just about money.. Its about intergrating your spiritual values with your business practices.
    Wealth is also having a healthy mindset, which is directly correlated to being a failure or a success.

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  5. Dan
    February 12, 2016

    Rich people need to work; wealthy people don’t.

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