Category: Food for thought

Down is optional. Up is mandatory.

All good things must come to an end. At least that’s what they say. It’s been a difficult beginning to the year. No one tells you exactly how to handle unexpected unemployment. Though everyone does expect you to keep a positive front in public and on social media. I’ve been keeping myself busy and afloat […]

Stop prioritizing your schedule and start scheduling your priorities

It’s not that difficult to find an article these days about how Millennials work differently. We have a different sense of work-life balance, therefore, older generations may label us as lazy, unproductive, or distracted. Please, stop talking about us like we’re a disease. It’s true, in an age where my phone buzzes, email notifications pop […]

Cowboy Ethics – Not just a Code of the West

Have you read Cowboy Ethics – a book focused on showing the financial world how far they have moved away from the values and principles that some of this country’s greatest heroes lived for? Originally, I bought the book because I was intrigued by the photography of the American West, but as soon as I opened the book […]

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