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What does your rich life look like?

The Beatles famously sang, “Money can’t buy me love.”

But, money should be able to buy happiness, right?

If people can buy the things they want, need, and enjoy, it’s seems like money should make them happy. But it doesn’t always.

Why?

Harvard researchers say it’s because people don’t spend it right. They don’t know what makes them happy, so they waste their money on things they think will make them happy but often don’t. They simply don’t know how to use their money to sustain happiness and experience a richer, more meaningful life.1

So, how can you live a rich life? Do you know what your rich life looks like? In this month’s Visual Insights Newsletter, we explore these questions and share some strategies for living a richer life. Click here to check it out!


While money is an opportunity for happiness, it’s no guarantee. And Harvard researchers say that, if money isn’t making us happy, it’s our fault.1

But there are things we can do about it. We can use our wealth with purpose to create the rich lives we want to live.

Go ahead and click here to find out more about how to live a rich life.

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