A BIG Shanks to you!

My mother taught 2nd grade for many years. One year, she had a student who would say “Shanks” instead of “Thanks.” She absolutely loved this little guy. Somehow his “Shanks” has stuck with me and I tend to say it all of the time. Today, “shanks” just sounds better to me. It makes me smile…

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Kick it for cancer? (another text from my daughter)

I received these texts from my daughter this week: Once again, she was at school when she was texting me. Darn kid. 🙂 She seems to spend a lot of time texting at school. You can read her previous texts here. Her school is having a “Kick It For Cancer” competition where each team is…

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The Last Spike

Yesterday, I shared an email I received from someone asking for a free issue of one of my Cashflownaire Newsletters. You can read this email along with my response here. Today, I thought I’d share another email I recently received: “I like reading your stuff. If you’ll allow me I would like to send you…

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“Can you send me a free newsletter?”

Over the weekend, I received the following email: “Is there any chance I could get a free newsletter? I’m on the fence about joining.” This email subscriber was asking for one of my actual Cashflownaire newsletters. These newsletters are only available for paying members. He wasn’t sure if he should pony up the 29.95 to…

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How to be UNTOUCHABLE

In season three of Billions (my favorite TV show), billionaire Bobby Axelrod is trying to bribe a doctor to give him evidence the doctor has that can be used against Axelrod in court. Axelrod is a hedge fund trader who was charged with insider trading and fraud. He’s trying to eliminate all the evidence the…

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