The FIRE Insights Survey #3

The FIRE Insights Survey Welcome to the third ever FIRE Insights Survey! Last month’s survey was really fun to put together and again received a great response from those who participated and others who didn’t. The goal of the survey is to measure interest/blogger sentiment in various asset classes over time, highlight great content, and source advice/recommendations… Continue reading The FIRE Insights Survey #3

Is your life flying by too fast?

If you are anything like me, then yes, life is flying by too fast. And if you are like me, you put your head down and started grinding in your 20s and early 30s. You made plenty of money and achieved great success. You work hard, and you are climbing your personal career ladder. My… Continue reading Is your life flying by too fast?

How to build a $15M company working 40 hours or less as a CEO

How to work 40 hours or less as a CEO; take all the vacation you want and still be productive. It seems impossible right? How can a CEO only work 40 hours or less and still be effective? How can a CEO take all the vacation they want (within reason) and still get shit done?… Continue reading How to build a $15M company working 40 hours or less as a CEO

Summer travel season is upon us, so use your damn PTO people!

Don’t work on vacation. Just don’t. As a former CEO, I am here today to give you permission to not only take your vacation, but remind you to not to work during your trip. Not only do I want you to use your entire vacation allotment, but I want you to actually enjoy it. Too… Continue reading Summer travel season is upon us, so use your damn PTO people!

10 things you can do to overcome decision fatigue

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