We are creatures of habit. Especially when you get married, have kids, and become embedded into a career like a Mississippi tick. It is so easy to get stuck into your daily loop and annual routines. Once you build up momentum,
Today is International Day of Happiness. Yes, there’s a holiday for that too. And why the hell not, right? I was happy enough to participate in a Q&A session sponsored by Wes at The Pursuit of Happiness.
Given the number of self-help books, motivational speakers, and online forums dedicated to discipline, I think it’s safe to say that lots of people realize they need discipline, and many struggle to obtain it. Discipline is one of the two primary keys to wealth.
Are you an early retiree, or perhaps a dreamer, counting down the days until you call it quits? Just save 25x your annual expenses, and you should be good, right? But what if you develop a chronic medical problem that blows a massive hole in your early retirement spending?
We have a lot of ground to cover today, so let’s get started….. You may have heard that something like 90% of statistics are completely made up. Yes, it’s true! It’s a ballpark estimate, but it’s only accurate about 20% of the time,
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stared up at the glass-enclosed, diamond-encrusted C-suites of companies I’ve worked for, and wondered: “What the hell??? Seriously???” When you’re young and ambitious, you hope that your corporate executives are smart and capable captains of the ship,