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Will money make you happy? 00:03

According to Naval, money will solve your money problems, but it won't get you everywhere else. When you finally get to be wealthy, you will be the same person, happy or unhappy, calm or irritated.

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What are the three things that cannot be bought with any amount of money? 01:15

A calm mind, a fit body, and a house full of love.

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What is so ironic about divorce and money? 03:11

Naval suggests that if you have a calm mind and you've already made money, there is no reason why you should not have a good relationship, and yet, so many divorces happen because of money.

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What is the ultimate purpose of money? 03:58

Money should enable you to not be in a specific place and a specific time, doing anything you don't want to do.