Lessons from the Great Minds of Investing –> Extreme Patience?

This video is of a presentation by William Green who is the author of “Lessons from the Great Minds of Investing.” I haven’t read the book yet, but enjoyed this presentation. In the presentation, he shares insights he learned from studying great investors. His quest was to find out how these investors stacked the odds…

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Greatest Achievement?

In January, Tony Robbins tweeted, “What if enjoying your life became your greatest achievement?” I’ve thought about this idea on a daily basis ever since reading this tweet. Why? Well, because I believe it changed my entire perspective about life. Up until reading this, I thought differently about achievement. I, like everyone else, equated productivity…

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The Most Successful Man from a 50+ Year Harvard Study

During this past Thanksgiving holiday, I read the book, “Triumphs of Experience” by George Vailliant. This book summarizes findings from the most comprehensive study of success and happiness ever performed. The study is known as the “Harvard Study of Adult Development.” This study analyzed 268 Harvard sophomores and 456 inner-city Boston school boys for over…

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Getting S#$t Done

Yes, another short embarrassing video. Notice my hair wings! Oh and for the record, the stuff I was shoveling wasn’t S#$t! It was pine needles! In this video, I highlight two ideas for real estate investors. These ideas are as follows: 1. If at all possible, spend time at your rental properties. Roll up your…

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My Own Prison…

Creed – My Own Prison A court is in session, a verdict is in No appeal on the docket today Just my own sin The walls are cold and pale The cage made of steel Screams fill the room Alone I drop and kneel Silence now the sound My breath the only motion around Demons…

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