How Much is Enough?

How Much is Enough?

You might enjoy reading the book, The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel if you enjoy my weekly musings. In Chapter 3 Housel tells the story of Rajat Gupta who was born in India and orphaned as a teenager. To say he was poor would be like saying Warren Buffet is...
Who would you choose?

Who would you choose?

Who would you choose to listen to for financial advice? #1 – A nice person who works for a living and covers their bills, struggles sometimes like you, and will always be able to cover their bills as long as they are able to continue to work. #2 – A nice...
Seinfeld and Murphy

Seinfeld and Murphy

You may have already seen this episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s program Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee on Netflix. The point is you cannot blame me for what was being said, only for repeating it. In the episode with Eddie Murphy, you can hear Jerry talk about a topic...
How to be philanthropic…

How to be philanthropic…

As you hopefully know, I donate 100% of the profits from my books, programs, and coaching to various animal and veteran charities. One of them is Shelter To Soldier. They rescue dogs and train them as service animals for soldiers who have returned with PTSD or TBI...
Fish Can’t See…

Fish Can’t See…

For about 10 years I had a wonderful mentor. Her name was Patricia McDade. If you have heard of Werner Erhard, the creator of EST (Erhard Seminars Training), Patricia helped him move from doing seminars in houses to doing them in stadiums. She created a program for...
Facebook Frauds

Facebook Frauds

Recently I almost got hooked into a government loan fraud scheme through Facebook. Here is how it works: Someone you know, like Bill Smith, sends a friend request. You know Bill, you thought you were already connected to Bill, but you accept the friend request anyway....