Without even realizing it, much of our decision making, financial planning, and life in general is run by one thing: default mode. When starting a new job, you have to fill out what seems like a mountain of paperwork. If your new company has a 401(k) plan, then deciding if you will invest a percentage… Continue reading Default Mode
We live in a non-stop 24/7 culture and no matter what you do, you can never stop the endless onslaught of things to do. It doesn’t matter if we are talking about your personal life, or your professional life. There is always more to do. My wife for instance is a stay-at-home mom. And not… Continue reading There is Always More to Do
Progress is always slow. Updated: February 7, 2022 Doing the work to build something, pay off debt, save money towards your financial independence, or even parenting your kids….it is all sloowwww. At times it feels like you are making no progress at all. Other times it feels like you are going backwards or hitting a… Continue reading The moment that real progress is made
Big outcomes don’t require as much effort as you think When you think about achieving a big outcome such as growing a $15M company, achieving financial independence, retiring early, writing a book, or getting in shape – you can’t help but think “this is going to take a lot of work.” You might even think… Continue reading It doesn’t take much…
I must be feeling ballsy today, to title this post as such. But the truth of it, is that I just purchased a Website, and I am feeling pretty good about it. It’s not just any Website either for me. This is a real asset. An income generating asset. And as with any outlay of… Continue reading Owning a website is better than owning real estate. I’ll prove it.