Mary Carlomagno On Subtracting Things From Your Life

October 14, 2014

 

 

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A wealthy life isn't about seeing how much money and stu­ff you can accumulate. Sometimes it helps to downsize to better appreciate the wealth (and life) you already have. Someone who knows this firsthand is Mary Carlomagno, a best-selling author and speaker who specializes in helping people embrace simplicity. In her chat with former SUCCESS magazine publisher Darren Hardy, she shares her story of living a streamlined life and a few best practices to apply in your own.

This interview appears on the SUCCESS Talks Collection, available in the November 2014 edition of SUCCESS magazine.

Favorite quote:

“With all of the things that I had in my privileged life, something was still missing. I had a sense of unease, a sense of unhappiness. I knew something needed to change.”

Mary Carlomagno

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