In Rich Karlgaard’s book, Life 2.0, he focuses on how people have transformed their lives by moving to a new city, town, tract of land.

In reading the book, it reinforced our belief that it’s key to pursue the things that make you happy and then build a business around that. Basically, the book argues strongly for organizing your Life Plan first and then your business plan.

We’re talking to Rich K. this week on our radio show about this very subject and what living in–or moving to–certain places does to vault people to the Life Plan of their dreams.

Has ‘where’ impacted you on your path to a satisfying life?

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