How to (Explore and) EXPLOIT Opportunity

In the book “Algorithms To Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions,” I found a cool way to consider exploring vs. exploiting: Exploring is trying or learning something new (restaurant, music, books, investments, workouts, diets, new businesses, etc.) Exploiting is leveraging (benefiting from) what you found while exploring. The important question to consider is…

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This ONE Skill Will Allow You To Double Your Cashflow Streams

Years ago, I experimented with a single-family home rental property I had owned. I offered this home on a “Rent to Own” Program. When interested applicants asked how much money they needed to put down on the home, I replied by asking, “How much are you able to put down?” This question yielded many different…

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The Amazing Lifestyle of Captain Joe

For spring break each year, we usually go to Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. It’s one of our favorite places, and we’ve made some great friends on the island over the years. For every vacation, I try to find something new for the family to do. New adventures are a lot of fun and…

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Do You Feel Trapped In Life? Here’s how to escape…

Why can’t a person have more than one life? Where is it written that you can’t start over by escaping from that which makes you unhappy? I have a confession to make. I can easily see many “traps” that I willingly walked into in my life. Hell, in many cases, I sprinted into these damn…

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The Most Profitable Way To Manage Time

I use ONE question to help manage time.  This ONE question is… “Will what I’m doing right now matter in five years?” Think about how powerful this ONE question is and how it immediately cuts through all the B.S. we tend to tell ourselves. Consider your schedule for today. Will what you’re doing today matter…

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