13 commentsOctober 13, 2016
My first job at 13 was at The Popcorn Stand. I made $5.50 an hour and cherished every hundred dollar paycheck. I was the Popcorn Godfather!
Times have changed over the years but I’ve always loved the making and collecting of money. The spending part has never been my interest. In general, I love this man-made invention of green paper and how it impacts our society.
“Money is not everything but it enables everything.”
There are infinite articles about how to […]
7 commentsSeptember 7, 2016
You can always improve yourself. There’s always something you can do that can make you better at work, at home, or in life. Stephen R. Covey’s book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People covers how anyone can adapt themselves to change and to use what life throws at them to their advantage.
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You always reap what you sow, there is no shortcut. You have to water the garden to enjoy the harvest.
We can only achieve quantum […]
8 commentsAugust 30, 2016
I just moved into a new place in Austin and have spent the past 2 months avoiding furniture. All I have is an optimized bed, pillows and a Eames chair.
In the meantime, I’ve been optimizing my place for maximum automation.
This makes my life so much more convenient and fun. No more running over to turn off the lights and turning on music once you walk in the door.
Notice my roomba in the corner. Hello Alfred!
Why care about automation, […]
For my latest read, I’ve went ahead and picked up Zig Ziglar’s book Secrets of Closing the Sale (audiobook available). Zig covers how to persuade people into saying “Yes!” when you ask them to, which is much-needed information to anyone doing sales or anything near sales. There’s a lot of great stuff in there. Very much worth the read. Here’s some of the inspirations I pulled from his book.
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Ownership closing – paint the picture of what […]