As a person trained in finance and investing, I’m always interested when I see these principles apply to other parts of life. But perhaps there is no better place where the lessons of investing could come into play than in entrepreneurship.
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Income Generators 101
I’ve realized that, whether it be on the newsletter or the blog, I talk a lot about income generators. However, there has been no definitive place where I’ve explained what exactly income generators are — I’ve only elaborated on them here and there. To have a place I can always go back to, I’ve decidedContinue reading “Income Generators 101”
Leverage and Wealth: A Simplification
I think the idea of the “Age of Leverage” is one that is incredibly important to know. Unfortunately, most people who talk about it use very abstract and pseudo-intellectual terms. I wanted to write this post to explain what leverage is, and why living in the Age of Leverage is so important.
Those Who Make, And Those Who Work
I’ve come to the conclusion that there are two types of people in this world, two that are often ignorant of the other’s existence. They are the structure-seeking, and the structure-averse — those who make, and those who work.
Biases Against Consistency
A surprising amount of success can be chalked up to showing up, each and every day. So why do we not acknowledge it?