Most days are boring from a financial planning point of view.
You can prove something false, and that is a useful condition. I watched a short video of Richard Feynman explaining the scientific method. It is similar to how financial planning works. In science, it begins with a guess, moves to the observable implications of… Continue Reading “You Cannot Prove You’re Right”
Be as rich as you need to be to do the things you want to do
Risk is about more than what you can measure.
Checklists can keep you organized
Always begin your plans with their raison d’etre. Motivation lives in your vision of the outcome. Gapingvoid is good for useful ideas from time to time. You might want to subscribe. Gaping Void Blog
Direct attention is often counterproductive
You will end up somewhere. It might as well be somewhere you want.
Why not try to be creative?
For millenia society has self-organized and that grew prosperity. Beware of chaos inducing activities.