This month will mark the seventh anniversary of the release of my first — and still highest-selling — book. It was a niche book and it made some minor waves in that space, to the point where it even climbed all the way to #2 in that category on Amazon. It didn’t stay there long, however, and my nameContinue reading “I’ll Never Make a Living from My Writing”
Let’s talk about money. Most of us have some sort of financial concern. Some estimates show that nearly 80% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck and 61% can’t cover a $1,000 emergency. Wages have stagnated, but the cost of everything else has continued to rise meaning that purchasing power hasn’t really moved in four decades. It takes an annual income ofContinue reading “Is Enough Ever Enough?”
Virtually everyone has heard the old adage that “time is money,” but how many really analyze what it means? The truth is that time and money are inversely proportional — the more you have of one, the less you have of the other.
2016 was my first full year with my own site. Not coincidentally it is also the first year since 2012 in which I did not publish a book.
Has a huge corporation ever tried to screw you over? Odds are, the answer to that question is yes. I recently had it happen to me. Here’s my story.
In his new book, Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday recounts the story of Howard Hughes, Jr. inheriting his father’s company at the age of 18.
“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful.” – Albert Schweitzer I’ve been thinking about success a lot recently.
My birthday is Monday.
I am about to turn 36 years old. I have been married for over five years. I have a daughter that will be turning four this summer.
I read a lot and I think about money a lot. So, naturally, I read a lot about money. I’ve read all the experts. I’m well-versed in the Debt Snowball and the Latte Factor and the 50/20/30 rule. And I think many of them are unrealistic.