The Main Problem With Big Material Goals

The Main Problem With Big Material Goals

Material goals like a car, a house, or a fancy vacation can be great motivators to reach material achievements and ever-present reminders of what you’ve accomplished in the material word. You can also build very material schools in Africa, or…

Don't Just Ask “Can I Trust Them?”

Don’t Just Ask “Can I Trust Them?”

“Can I trust them?” is an incomplete question.   When thinking about friends, business partners or anyone else, ask yourself these two more detailed questions instead.   1. Can I Trust That This Person Wants To Help Me?   If…

When In Doubt, Take The (Small) Step

When In Doubt, Take The (Small) Step

How do you know which of your ideas you should take action on, and which you shouldn’t invest in?   If you’re wondering “Would this work?” or “Should I try this?” there are 2 reasons you won’t take the first…

What You Gain Running A Small, Unprofitable Business

What You Gain Running A Small, Unprofitable Business

It’s no fun running an unprofitable business, but it’s not wasted time.   Even if you’re not making money, and even if you’re losing money, you’re still making progress towards your final goal: Owning a large, profitable business. (The goal for…