Monthly Archive: April 2018

How A Peanut Butter Sandwich Saves Me 2.5 Workdays Every Year

It’s important to understand the power of small amounts over time. Just the other day I had a chance to teach one of the young guys at work a lesson on this. He came into my office to ask about something and he noticed that I had some bread out. I had been just about …

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You Will Not Find Lasting Happiness By Seeking More, But By Wanting Less

Recently, I wrote about how happiness is a lack of want. I even came up with a really good quote for myself “You will not find lasting happiness by having more and more, but by wanting less and less.” This is something that I feel warrants further discussion. I have researched and found that peak happiness …

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Why I Am Getting Out Of Lending Club Investing

What started out as an interesting and exciting new investment path has turned down a dark road. If you don’t know, Lending Club was the first of the peer-to-peer lending Fintech businesses. Linking those with money to those wanting to borrow, bypassing the big banks in the process. For the past 6 months I have …

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