For this bonus episode, we’re thinking about money differently to the usual tips rundowns. I’m going to be controversial & despite my recent content, I’m gonna say I don’t actually think of myself as a fan of Harry Styles. (I’m gonna use “gonna” in a sentence instead of “going to” also. I’m really living on the edge lately). I don’t think it’s okay to be obsessed with celebs, and a lot of so-called true fans…you’re not a real fan!
I don’t think of myself as a fan for several reasons, and I think this points to something larger about the way we approach our futures and our future finances, and what we want to achieve in life…If you want to know the truth about Harry Styles and how Harry Styles is soooo perfect, let’s examine a truth about autism, and talk about the true price of being a fan.
Previous Episode: HTSLAB 009: Harry Styles, Talking About Money, & Growing Watermelons
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P.S. I covered the most helpful book I’ve read about autism so far in the show notes for the very first episode of the podcast.
Cal Newport on Amazon
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Kate Leaver’s article Why I Will Always Be A Harry Styles Stan
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