When I first heard about the concept of minimalism many years ago, I was intrigued but also a bit hesitant. As I looked into it, I found that my hesitation towards it was well-founded, and I don’t consider it a particularly intelligent strategy for life or business. “Less is more” can be an interesting heuristic…
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This week, we’ve opened up enrollment for my deepest program, Fearless Mastery. It’s 20 or so people coming together to support each other’s meaningful work in community, and to get supported by me and our other coaches.
Nope, creating habits doesn’t get harder as you get older… everything gets harder. I heard on The Brian Buffini Show a story of a golfer who won whatever golfers win (golf is totally NOT my thing) after 50. This golfer said he realized he just needed to put more effort than previously into his practices […]
Coming from a Marwari business family, I have grown up on the idea of ‘opportunity costs,’ which is simply the value of the lost opportunity, or the benefit of the thing you could have done instead of what you are doing now.
Quitting an old habit or forming a new habit is fairly simple when it comes to the steps to doing it: find your trigger and do a new habit at that trigger over and over. Remind yourself to do it. Make it rewarding.
When considering which new projects to implement, I look at a number of factors, especially if it’s a creative project like a new course or workshop: Heart Is this a path with a heart? Is it likely to be fun, interesting, and growth-oriented?
What kind of obnoxious question is this? Of course, I have no bad habits! I’m perfect! Gotcha! 😀 There are no perfect people on this world. Our habits make us who we are, so lack of perfection suggests at least some bad habits. My Bad Habits I don’t go to sleep early enough to have […]
I keep receiving questions from readers about what they should be doing with their investments, and more so when the markets are falling. Here is my attempt to answers a few such questions I have received over the past few days.
The other day I was having such a chill, easy day despite doing all of my usual work and chores and workout activities — the phrase, “Life on Easy Mode” came to me.
Look at this. This is a stock’s price. Now look at it another way. This is not just a stock’s price. It is, borrowing from the legendary John Bogle, a “giant distraction to the business of investing.”
Yesterday I posted about Family Day, where we try to have fun together as a family, often for free or without spending much money. I thought it would be useful to list some ways...