There’s no magic pill. But there are plenty of heuristic personal finance shortcuts than can simplify your journey.
It might be a couple weeks before we’re sure who will be in the White House for the next four years. But we’ll have someone. And we’ll have federal, state, and local officials too. I’m convinced that these folks can…
The point of ‘memento mori’ isn’t to cause fear or to be morbid. It’s not a downer. It’s motivation, and inspiration, and a gentle, true reminder of what’s coming.
Admiration for celebrities is fine, but I’m convinced there are plenty of tools you can learn from the the titans you already know.
Discover how “nudge theory” can push you towards better financial habits, saving you thousands–and maybe saving your butt–in the process
History suggests we need to plan for a second wave of the pandemic. Or don’t—it’s your call. I hope you’re right. But I’m not planning on it.
It’s not uncommon to feel bored at work. Most of us fall into a routine where one day blends into the next. Whether you are working from home during this time or not, doing the same thing day after day can be boring after a while.
I hope you’re safe. I hope you’re healthy and happy and free. I share that hope for all people. If you share that hope, consider how you should act on it. Maybe I’ll see you out there.
The cream rises to the top. The most fit deserve the most reward. Bah! That’s rubbish. Meritocracy ignores luck and survivorship bias, and we need to fix it