Whether you are running a multi-million dollar business or simply managing your own personal finances, there is one thing that I believe is critically important to both: tracking and measuring. The first of every month, I like to not only track my net worth in my spreadsheet, but I also track anything of major importance… Continue reading End of Month Reporting: IT WORKS!
Three years ago, I started tracking my happiness using Jim Collins’ system that he devised and spoke about on The Tim Ferriss Show. Last year, after a request from a reader, I launched the Happiness Tracker Spreadsheet, so that you too can track your happiness. Why track your happiness? Tracking my happiness has helped me to ensure that I… Continue reading Happiness Revisited: did early retirement have an impact?
Use this rule if you’re often over-committed or too scattered. If you’re not saying “HELL YEAH!” about something, say “no”. Derek Sivers, Anything You Want It’s the mantra that Derek Sivers writes about in his book, Anything You Want, to help make a more focussed decision or weed out the crap from your life. He… Continue reading “Hell Yeah! or no.” – a framework to help make better decisions
Track, graph, and improve your happiness. Plus a March happiness update! A few years ago, I started tracking my happiness using Jim Collins’ system that he devised and spoke about on The Tim Ferriss Show. And, last month I launched the Happiness Spreadsheet, so that you too can track your happiness. If you track your… Continue reading Choosing, tracking, and data visualizing all of the happiness
A simple method to track happiness I first heard about this on the Tim Ferriss Podcast during his interview with Jim Collins. Jim had a giant spreadsheet tracking multiple things from his day, but this caught my attention: Was it a great day?” A plus two is just a great day. Doesn’t mean it wasn’t… Continue reading How to Track Your Happiness