How to resolve decision fatigue (and other stresses) It’s funny, not funny, but even now that I am partially retired, I still suffer from decision fatigue. When I was a CEO, I surely had it every day. I would be wiped out just from thinking, and from trying to make the right decisions big and… Continue reading 10 things you can do to overcome decision fatigue
You need between 7-9 hours of sleep to function properly Americans and their poor sleep Sleep is such an underrated commodity. Yet, according to the CDC, 35% of American adults sleep less than 7 hours a day. 1/3 of the population is NOT sleeping enough! And I know that there has been a pretty good… Continue reading Sleep is an underrated factor in your Financial Independence journey
Lists are my secret happiness weapon, perhaps they can help you too? There is no doubt about it, I am a list man. I have to-do lists for daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and lifetime activities. I have a list of life mantras and goals, a bucket list, a list of things that I enjoy, a… Continue reading Are lists a secret to happiness?
Use systems to foster your creativity, productivity and wealth I can’t tell you how often I hear “I’m just not that creative,” or “I could never do XYZ, because ____,” or “I could never earn enough to be wealthy”. Well, I am here to tell you that is all bullsh*t. Wealth takes time. Creativity takes… Continue reading How to be more productive: the simple formula for getting sh*t done
When I found myself accidentally retired and no longer working, it was really, really strange to not have to be tied to my email. Running a big business with 50+ employees and even more co-workers, vendors and clients lends itself to a lot of email. We are talking about hundreds a day. In fact, I… Continue reading Ruthlessly cut down on email for less stress