Month: January 2021

Motion vs. Action

Over the past few weeks, I have been diving into Atomic Habits by James Clear. The book is a wonderful exploration of how our brains create both good and bad habits. If you ever read the book “The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg”, this is a great follow-up and expansion on that same idea. One of…

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Boring Wealth

Nobody likes boring. Boring people, boring conferences, boring sporting events, boring shows. Boring sucks… But… is boring what we need? As a society, we have lost patience. Any kind of patience…. When the gas pump takes longer to put gas in the car When our internet connect slows down When a text message won’t send…

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What a Year

2020 is one for the record books. Not just the annual record books, but more of a year that will be in focus for investors, researchers, academics, and so many more for decades to come. The past year will be in our history books forever. If I were to call you in January of last…

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Small Steps

Starting a new goal or routine can sometimes seem unimaginable. Understanding that your body can run a marathon seems impossible when you are only in the early innings of training. The same is true for those looking ahead at retirement. The task seems almost like climbing a mountain, and to some, an unattainable goal. Over…

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