One Second a Day

Before the holidays, I received the annual email from Apple highlighting the top apps for the year. I scrolled through and found a recommendation for “1 Second Everyday.” Later that same day, I researched the app and ended up finding a TED Talk by the founder of the app. I’ve included it for you below.…

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The “Toll Position”

Back when I had a “great job” working in the audit department of a large public accounting firm, one of my clients was located in Youngstown, Ohio. This client’s year-end was March 31st for accounting purposes. This meant that I had to spend every April, May and June in Youngstown to perform the annual audit…

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The Position of F-You

A friend sent me this video three years ago: (Warning this short scene includes adult language. If you’re easily offended, skip this post.) This scene is from The Gambler. I actually shared this video in this previous post back in 2015. This one scene from the movie has had a major impact on my life.…

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“Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker In-Between”

This year, my wife and I have felt a little helpless watching the various disasters destroy thousands of homes and lives.  We have donated money, but haven’t felt like we could roll up our sleeves and help them rebuild because we’re thousands of miles away. We finally realized we could do more locally. We don’t…

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How Your Children Can Hack College

I’ve written a lot about how to use real estate to pay for college. (A book and several blog posts) Well, in this post I’m going to share a few ideas from a great book titled, “HACKiversity – The Secrets to Achieving More by Doing Less in College.” The book was written by Kyle Winey. …

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