Why You Don’t Lack Willpower

August 2, 2011

Willpower is a term that has been thrown around so much, it’s easy to lose track of what willpower really means. The best description I’ve came across is from personal development blogger, Steve Pavlina. He describes willower as, “Your ability to set a course of action and say, “Engage!” In this short-lived period, you’re inspired, [...]

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Secrets of Prosperity | 57 Shortcuts to Prosperity

July 25, 2011

If you read my last post, “How to Think like Warren Buffett”, you should know more about human behavior than 99% of your friends. My goal for today – give you 57 specific ways to apply what you know to personal finance. When you choose to work with the mind, instead of against it, you’re [...]

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Warren Buffett Investing Strategy

July 18, 2011

Warren Buffett knows how to not make mistakes. That’s the strategy he used to become  the world’s richest man. Buffett, along with his right hand adviser Charlie Munger, have made many great investment decisions. All the while, making very few mistakes. Why? Decisions for Buffett and Munger are put through a series of mental models [...]

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The “Classic” Financial Advice that is BAD Financial Advice

July 14, 2011

A lot has changed. Investing has changed , the work place has changed , family life has changed. One thing that hasn’t changed are financial rules of thumb. “Rules” applied 25 or even 10 years ago, may no longer be relevant. Yet, I hear personal finance experts giving the same boiler plate advice. Let’s look [...]

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The 2011 All Stars: The 13 Must Read Finance Posts from the First Half of 2011

July 13, 2011

On average, I read 25 personal finance articles a day. Being that we’re 192 days into that year, I estimate I’ve read 4,800 financial articles in 2011. It’s also the All-Star Break in Major League Baseball. Which got me thinking, “What were the All-Star personal finance posts so far in 2011.” Here they are. The [...]

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