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.
Highlights and Quotes from The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric Jorgenson I’ve been seeing The Almanack of Naval Ravikant by Eric Jorgenson pop up as a must read for awhile now. I like Naval. He is a brilliant guy, and I’ve listened to him on the Tim Ferriss Show, but… Continue reading The Almanack of Naval Ravikant by Eric Jorgenson
Have you been thinking about starting something lately? Perhaps you have been thinking about starting a blog? Or maybe you have been thinking about trying your hand at an Etsy shop? Or rather than writing or entrepreneurship, you simply want to try yoga, tennis, golf, pickleball, meditation, or some other hobby? Well, what is stopping… Continue reading You won’t know, until you try
Book Review, Highlights and Quotes from Shoe Dog: A memoir by the creator of NIKE by Phil Knight Another great book! Shoe Dog by Phil Knight is a memoir, but written in a first-person storytelling manner, so much so, that you became so immersed in Phil’s story and nearly forget that this is a true story.… Continue reading Phil Knight Book Review – Shoe Dog