Compound Settling

In Bronnie Ware’s book “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying,” you’ll find the following: “MOST PEOPLE HAD NOT HONORED EVEN A HALF OF THEIR DREAMS AND HAD TO DIE KNOWING IT WAS DUE TO CHOICES THEY MADE, OR NOT MADE.” This sentence had a profound impact on me because I realized I haven’t honored…

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How to Live a Warrior’s Life

In the “War of Art” by Steven Pressfield, you’ll find this: “It is one thing to study war and another to live the warrior’s life.” This is a quote from Telamon of Arcadia, and it can obviously be applied to areas outside of war. It is one thing to study businessand another to live the…

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Self Equity

As a young man, I wanted equity. Financial equity, that is. Financial equity is when the value of your assets exceeds the value of your liabilities. Today, as a slightly older man, I want Self Equity. Self Equity is a little hard to explain; however, we can start with the value of your thoughts, ideas,…

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How to Solve Money Problems With This 3-Step System

When I was working full-time in the corporate world, I was always frustrated because it never felt like I had anything to show for my 60-hour work weeks. Yes, I was receiving a paycheck every two weeks. Each paycheck would quickly be consumed by our mortgage payments, car payments, utilities, taxes and all the other…

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How to Develop Mental Toughness

I was reading a blog post not too long ago about the differences between generations when it came to childhood. In the comments section, somebody wrote something like “parents today are a generation of whiners raising a generation of wusses.” I thought about that a while. I thought about whether, as society has evolved, modern…

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