The Chicxulub asteroid had a diameter of possibly 50 miles, or maybe as little as seven. So, the equivalent distance of a nice day drive or morning jog. We will likely never know with certainty. What we do know is its impact on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula was powerful enough to trigger the extinction of 75%Continue reading “A Lesson to Remember in a Year to Forget”
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Supercharging Your Financial Bullshit Detector
Please excuse the language. To me, the hardest part of writing isn’t the writing. It’s the editing. Specifically, the cutting. My ego believes every word is divine while my brain says most are crap. Deep down I know my work improves when I get the red pen and, as Stephen King incites, “kill my darlings.”Continue reading “Supercharging Your Financial Bullshit Detector”
Do Your Financial Goals Match Your Values?
Tony Hsieh, who tragically passed away last week, was all of us – someone who wanted to know how to live a happy, meaningful life during his short time on Earth. A concern for happiness was a major reason why the former Zappos CEO focused on transforming work culture. Happy workers made happy customers. ButContinue reading “Do Your Financial Goals Match Your Values?”
How to Develop a Wealth-Building Mindset
You can have all the financial wisdom ever known. Yet, it is still no guarantee you’ll achieve your financial goals and build wealth as you define it. Knowledge isn’t always an effective antidote for our emotions. Therefore, to put that knowledge into action it helps to have the right mindset. In my latest article forContinue reading “How to Develop a Wealth-Building Mindset”