Happy Sunday everyone!
Sometimes, this whole banking thing can be pretty easy. So easy, that at the end of the week you silently ask yourself:
“What exactly am I getting paid so much money for again?”
Well, this wasn’t one of those weeks.
As a matter of fact, this was the kind of week when you know exactly why this job pays as much as it does – and start considering all kinds of non-traditional exit options.
And so, I’m going to keep this nice and short and get straight into the links.
Have a wonderful Sunday all. I’m off to get some sleep.
From Yours Truly
Raises, Negotiations, And $67,000 – Best Interest
Why You Should Ignore The Financial Media – White Coat Investor
Savings Rate To The Rescue – Monevator
How To Increase Your Net Worth – Stephen Elliott
Pluto Is A Planet – The Belle Curve
Live Like You Are Already Retired – Incognito Money Scribe via Physician On FIRE
Five Lessons From Five Years In Retirement – ESI Money
Burning Out? Give Yourself Permission To Dial Back – Harvard Business Review
I Locked My Cell Phone In A Safe For 24 Hours – Accidentally Retired
Second Homes – Folly Or Fantasy – Fire v London
To Fall In Love With Anyone, Do This – New York Times
Business Is Booming – The Irrelevant Investor
As usual, some top-quality reads to cap it all off:
Power: Why Some People Have It – And Others Don’t – Jeffrey Pfeffer
The Snowball: Warren Buffett And The Business Of Life – Alice Schroeder
Happy weekend all!
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