We are studious in high school so we get into a good college.
We study and stress in college so we get a degree.
We use our degree to get a good job.
We work hard at our job so we can make a lot of money.
We make a lot of money so we can retire!
And then ...
It turns out, there is . . .
A lot of people have fitness resolutions for the New Year.
And most people make them WAY too ambitious.
It's really hard to start doing crossfit, or running, or yoga 3X per week, if previously:
- You rarely or sporadically did that thing.
- You don't have a specific program to follow.
- You haven't specifically . . .
the power of radical ownership
It’s all your fault.
Remember that this year.
If your relationship with a colleague, family member, or boss is strained, it’s your fault.
When someone on your team drops the ball, it’s your fault.
That time someone yells at you? Yep, your fault.
It’s not about blame. It’s about . . .
Selected Readings for New Year's Eve
Last year Keeley and I co-produced the first edition of the New Year's Reader - a selection of readings to read quietly or aloud, alone or with others, upon the New Year.
This year, we are back with the second edition, and boy is it a good one.
I am excited to share it with you.
You may view and download the 2017 New . . .
As we close in upon the New Year, you might be thinking about your resolutions.
One of the best ways to improve in your area of choice is to focus on building habits rather than always relying on sheer willpower.
For example, I used to eat ice cream every night. Then I decided to break that habit by replacing it . . .
My first job out of school was on a political campaign.
I always recommend campaigns to soon-to-be graduates because you quickly learn a bunch of general skills which are valuable and relevant across sectors. So even if you don't end up in politics, you will acquire skills which you can put to . . .
(downloadable financial model included)
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A house is the biggest purchase that many of us will ever make.
Yet far too many people spend disturbingly little time running the numbers on what they can afford.
People will literally spend more time agonizing over whether to . . .