This week I’m hanging out on a friend’s blog, Physician On Fire. POF is a multi-millionaire physician, and one of the best high-income bloggers around. He was a finalist for “Blog of The Year” last year.
I first met POF two years ago at a Minneapolis meet-up. Later that year, we went on a mountain biking trip to some of the best mountain biking trails in Northern Minnesota and discussed the four traits that have helped him be successful.
He invited me to write a guest post about my search for meaning, happiness, and my search for financial freedom. Because my ultimate goal is to never stress about money again. You can check the guest post out here: Christopher Guest Post: Wealth Well Done. POF opens the guest post below:
Crank It Up To 11: Wealth Well Done
I prefer my wealth medium-rare, just like my filet mignon.
My friend Bill also likes his beef medium-rare, as well learn below, and I believe we enjoyed a couple of rare tuna sandwiches after a bike ride in Crosby, MN a couple of years ago.
When it comes to wealth, however, Bill prefers his wealth well done. That’s the name of his blog, a site that he’s used as a creative outlet to help others find purpose and fulfillment while growing their wealth.
I’ve known Bill for several years now, and I’ve been impressed with his commitment to sharing his story, which is painful and unique compared to most of us bloggers who weren’t sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Some of us lament our mistakes and struggle to overcome them. Bill made mistakes that led to the death of a friend and a decade in the clink, yet he makes strides daily to overcome those. Think about that the next time you’re feeling down and out about your own problems.