Six Life Lessons from a Guy Who Has Charted His Life Every Week for 30+ Years

“A lot of the greatest things that moved the needle the highest involve either traveling somewhere new, or trying something new.”

This one’s tricky to explain in a short summary, but it’s fascinating.

For 30+ years John Gorman has tracked his life like the stock market — each week assigning ratings based on things like his health, mood, finances, and relationships.

In this post he breaks down his entire life in one chart and shares six lessons he’s learned in the process including that life almost always gets better, to accumulate as little debt as possible, and take calculated risks.

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