We've all thought it.
"I would be happier if I had ______________."
But by focusing on what we don't have, are we missing out on what we do have?
This week, I interviewed Daniel Suelo who has...well...nothing. Literally.
In fact, he's lived without money for nearly fifteen years and has no mortgage, no car, no job, and no debt. He spends his time between his dwelling (a cave in Moab, Utah) and traveling around the world with his "moneyless tribe."
We also talked to Stephanie Summerfield who, at the time of our interview, had lived in Suelo's community for three weeks.