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Category: Knowledge

The value of a financial advisor

Some time ago we wrote about the disruption in the financial services space being led by companies like Wealthfront.  This led some of our members to ask if we saw value in having an actual financial advisor.  Our answer is that of course, there is a place for a financial advisor the same way that […]

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Know the love languages

Among the things they rarely teach us growing up is that there is such a thing as love languages.  Since we often aren’t told about them we don’t know that we tend to think only in our dominant one and that our friends, family, and colleagues in all likelihood don’t share it.  That’s why knowledge of […]

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Set it and forget it investing: Wealthfront and Betterment

Most people know that the smartest way to save money on a regular basis is to make it an automated habit.  Either arrange for an automatic payroll deduction from your employer (or draw if you’re a business owner) or create an automated ACH to take the money out regularly.  This is not difficult to sell. […]

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Podcasts for Gents: The Art of Charm and The Art of Manliness

Brett McKay and Jordan Harbinger are both “recovering” lawyers.  One never practiced, one got away from it pretty quickly, and we’re grateful they did, because they are the brains behind The Art of Manliness and The Art of Charm, respectively.  Both of these digital properties have a lot of valuable content that you should take […]

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Read like a Gent: The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey

Stephen Covey died in 2012, but he will long be remembered for his self-improvement masterpiece, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.  It was first published in 1989 and has been read by tens of millions of people in countless languages.  Such a well known book features many reviews breaking down each habit so rather than […]

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Networking: forget what you think you know

There are a number of reactions a given person might have to the word “networking.”  Some might shy away from the idea of meeting strangers.  Others see it as a great opportunity.  But what is clear is that many people are doing it wrong.  That’s because networking shouldn’t be something you do, it’s simply who you […]

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