I find this to be very odd…

Last weekend, my wife and I were out of town at my youngest daughter’s volleyball tournament. While we were gone, my oldest daughter had a few of her new college friends over for a get together. (What we used to call “party” back in the day.) I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting these new…

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An UNshocking confession

I have a problem. I order too many books. I order so many books that my wife sent this to me: She found this somewhere and thought it would be funny to forward to me. The problem is she’s right. Right now as I’m typing this, I have six books next to me on my…

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How You Can Easily Read One Book a Week

I used to be a reading machine. I guess I still read a lot compared to most people; however, I don’t read nearly as much as I would like. I honestly believe my ability to focus for long periods of time has been compromised due to the overflow of information we receive on a daily…

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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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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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