So seems like we now have proof.
Despite what millennials would have you believe, Grandma was right along:
Money DOES Buy Happiness
Let me explain.
World-leading Yale psychologist Paul Bloom’s latest study shows:
‘The connection between money and happiness exists at the highest levels.’
The long and short of it being that when it comes to happiness, more money makes you more happy.
Which for me, and I don’t know about you, seems like common sense.
After all, and in my experience, money means freedom.
- The freedom of security.
- The freedom of choice.
- The freedom of change.
… Or in other words the power to do what you want, when you want and on your terms.
- Forget the cars.
- Forget the houses.
- Forget the toys.
Those my friend are the natural side effects of the real prize that money can really bring:
Control of your own destiny without relying on others.
Meaning today you would be wise to ruthlessly disregard any notion muttered by the masses that aligns with the “Money Can’t Buy You Happiness” bullshit.
It’s nothing more than an arsehole excuse that comes from a place of weakness and fear.
Truth is, and when it comes to men who are on this planet to provide and protect, money is a colossal contribution to the cause – and there is in fact a collective honour in striving for more.
So right now and if you want to be happy, it’s time to consider getting comfortable with money and your motivations for making it.
Make More. Provide More. Be More.