The Borsodi’s canned tomatoes story touches on something timeless. It destroys the notion that bigness leads to efficiency.
Investing and planning how you’ll grow your wealth should be at the front of your mind. I want to make sure that you’re getting all the investing news you can.
In my opinion, technology is at its best when it improves lives and enhances rather than reduces human interaction. What attracts me to technology is its usefulness…the experiments, and trial and error performed by scientists, technicians, innovators and entrepreneurs.
Last week I asked for feedback on your goal setting and short- and long-term plans. Here are some responses…
There’s no point setting a goal if it’s not possible to achieve it — e.g. earning $50 million by Friday! But if you plan far enough in advance, you can set and work towards achieving a set of realistic goals.
That headline probably seems strange coming from me. I’ve been a champion of social media. This article has one message: Shut them down. Not entirely down. Everything I’ve written still applies. But there are uses and there are abuses.
Today is the Australia Day public holiday. I thought I’d spend a few minutes to list some of the books I’m reading at the moment.
For some people, retiring overseas is an extremely wise, calculated and successful decision. Even if it isn’t for you today, moving overseas might still be a good idea one day. So why not become familiar with some enticing options?
In today’s Pursuit of Happiness I’d like to turn towards one of my personal passions – retirement planning.
As long as the government has the power to take private wealth on demand, there is no freedom, only slavery.