Alright, alright, alright!!

I think Matthew McConaughey might be my Spirit Animal?  It’s hard to even contemplate that sentence.  I was left in a trance after listening to his recent guest appearance on the Tim Ferris podcast and then I sought out more by listening to his appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast. I’m captivated. There are two things […]

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It Takes Discipline

My six-year-old son is wearing me out. First, it was baseball this summer. Now, as we’ve made it to the halfway point of football season, all he wants to do is play tackle football in the front yard.  I have no shortage of daddy pride as my son discovers a love for the sports. But […]

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Big Winners Take Work

If you have to work hard for something, you value it more. This thought came to mind over the weekend as the young couple across the street got married. They didn’t have a traditional wedding in a church in front of hundreds of family and friends. Instead, in true Colorado fashion, they climbed a 14,000-ft […]

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New Again

When you’ve achieved a state of mind where you truly accept the risk, you won’t have the potential to define and interpret market information in painful ways. When you eliminate the potential to define market information in painful ways, you also eliminate the tendency to rationalize, hesitate, jump the gun, hope that the market will […]

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Reducing Heartburn

When all your options have been exhausted, make more options. There’s always something else you can do to keep going. When the obvious solutions have failed, get more creative. You owe it to yourself, to the situation, to life, to find a way to make it work. If what has always worked no longer works, […]

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There’s Always Room For Improvement

Over-caution is as bad as under-caution. Both are extremes to be guarded against. Life itself is filled with the element of chance. ~ Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich Thinking in terms of hedging, the above quote makes a lot of sense to trading and investing. It’s obvious where not exercising at least a modicum […]

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Reconnecting

In stillness you can hear yourself think. In stillness you can remember who you are. In stillness you gain perspective. In stillness you connect to purpose. ~ Ralph Marston As I’m winding down this week with the prospect of some upcoming vacation time filling my mind with thoughts of free time and frolic, this quote […]

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