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In the fall of 2015, I was ready to pack it in. I had two businesses going, things were OK financially, but I was burnt out. I decided I was going to try to work for Dave Ramsey. I applied to a couple jobs on his website, started thinking about closing my businesses, and called my sister-in-law to let her know things were going to be changing.
Thinking back, ...
I'm going to make a bold statement. I think the purpose of life isn't in fact the number 42'the purpose of life is to reverse entropy. When you wake up each morning, ask yourself, 'How can I reverse entropy today''I've been told one can't reverse entropy, so I'm going to try to prove (un-scientifically, more […]
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I’m going to make a bold statement. I think the purpose of life isn’t in fact the number 42…the purpose of life is to reverse entropy. When you wake up each morning, ask yourself, “How can I reverse entropy today?”
I’ve been told one can’t reverse entropy, so I’m going to try to prove (un-scientifically, more common-sensically) that entropy can in fact be reversed and exactly how to do it.
So what ...
Investing is one of those things that is difficult to keep simple. If you want to understand it better and decide to research and study it, you come to realize that you know even less and that there’s so much more to learn. Kind of like quicksand, the more you struggle, the worse it gets…nope, that’s not really a good analogy, but it’ll have to do. Moving on… Being as ...
A priority of this blog is to write about priorities…doing things in the order of their importance.
The title mostly relates to prioritizing the use of money, but I also enjoy studying how to prioritize our other resources: time and ourselves. The three major resources of life are: Money, Time, Ourselves.What do I mean by ourselves? — self-improvement, sanctification, becoming a better human being.
My original idea was “Tithe 1st, Pay Yourself 2nd, Live ...
What emotion comes to mind when you read the title? Would you describe it as mostly good or mostly bad?
If its bad, skip this post…there are seasons for minimalism, and if you’re not in the right season, there are other things to be focusing on…like hustling.
If the idea of minimalism DOES bring a smile to your face, scroll down…
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