Your Most Important Asset

My very close friend, Josh Cobb, once told me, over dinner in downtown Los Angeles, he felt (paraphrasing):

“Success and wealth would be demonstrated by the degree of ‘disconnectedness’ an individual could achieve while still maintaining their ability to earn.”

At the time, I understood him completely. Today, the masses of folks seem to be moving in direct contradiction to this. Giving more time, more attention, more “connectedness” to others via technology, in many of its forms.

Zat Rana’s article, below, establishes these facts and provides the beginning stepping stones one might take in order to achieve “success and wealth” in all its forms.

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