Financial Independence

A Pre-Mortem On Your Life

One of the most enduring lessons I’ve taken away from my MBA degree is the concept of a “pre-mortem”. Applied in a managerial / finance context, the idea is quite simple. Let’s say you are about to kick off a big project. It can […]

Personal Development

How To Create Something From Nothing

Between a person’s first and last name, the name of their employer, and a little LinkedIn sleuthing, it doesn’t take a genius to come up with an email address for anyone in the world. In theory, that means getting into anyone’s inbox, from the […]

Taking Stock
Personal Development

Taking Stock

In any journey, the half-way mark is always an interesting – and symbolic milestone. Even more so this year as we navigate our way through a tumultuous 2020. Not that long ago, we were busy writing up our New Year’s resolutions. Those Australian wildfires […]

A Matter Of Time
Personal Development

A Matter Of Time

One of the biggest obstacles we face on the path to success is the concept of time frames. As a species, humans are just so damn impatient. Genetics plays a big role here. Put simply, delaying gratification was never the utility-maximizing strategy. For thousands […]

Finding gratitude
Personal Development

Finding Gratitude In Challenging Times

The economy is tanking. The stock market is plumbing new depths every day. Everyone is stressed out trying to figure out how the Covid-19 pandemic will impact their health, careers, and finances.  I certainly have spent a lot of time pondering what my future […]

core principles for health and wealth
Financial Independence

Five Essential Principles For Health And Wealth

Would you like to spend your life pursuing an utterly futile affair?  If so, I recommend growing your wealth while ignoring your health.  When you finally hit the holy grail of financial independence, you will likely find yourself spending most of your newfound free […]