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For the roughly 90% of people who plan to have children at some point make note of the following two bricks of wisdom: • No matter how much you like working right now, Shit can get Old … • Kids are way more work than you expect, accelerating the aging of the aforementioned Shit. If you attempt that feat with nothing but a well-networked career and a hangover, your life will suck.You need to be well back from the financial cliff, not worried about how you’ll cover the next round of bill payments if you lose your job.But one of the most interesting articles in recent memory has been making the rounds on social media this month, and it has fired up many Mustachians because it combines just enough spirited and uplifting “Fuck Yeah” insight on the good life, with a well-intentioned but horribly wrong conclusion. With 2.3 million “likes” on Facebook (up from 1.2m last time I checked), it has probably fooled thousands of financially suicidal people into thinking they are not sabotaging their own lives after all.
So the author, Lauren Martin, seems to be a young, fun-loving person living in New York City.Or wiring your brain to source code and compiler windows spread out across three 34″ monitors on your stand-up desk while you design software in zen-like silence at 6am before everyone else shows up at work.Or revising and re-researching your latest article for Elite Daily for the 55th time so it’s better and more viral than any article ever written before.Having recently spent a few days there doing the old clinking of cocktail glasses in expensive restaurants with attractive entrepreneurial people and delicious food flying around everywhere, I have a fresh memory of the vibe of that lifestyle.It makes you feel powerful, and feeling powerful is a useful precursor to actually powerful – gaining the power to live a happy and excellent life.