This book is more than worth the price.
Unexamined experience confuses rather than enlightens.
You cannot trust your lizard brain with complicated decisions.
It seems advisors will add value
Good advisors do more than arrange product.
Advocis, the Financial Advisors Association of Canada, publishes a monthly magazine. There is an interesting article in the April 2015 issue of Forum. “Timing Allowances” by editor Deanne Gage clearly shows the struggle that parents go through on this difficult subject. The article is… Continue Reading “You Cannot Recycle Wasted Money”
Parents often wonder what is the better choice for developing children. A) Help them overcome weaknesses, B) build on their strengths. The same discussion applies to developing employees, developing your business, developing yourself. Especially developing your self. In an even more generic sense the… Continue Reading “Build On Strengths”
It is a serious error to put too much faith in information. We are overwhelmed by information. The internet allows people to find anything. It does not however, allow them to judge the merits of what they find and certainly does no allow them… Continue Reading “Candidate Decisions”
One of my favourite themes is that “Mistakes are your friends” There are reasons to seek mistakes. Few are fatal and you probably know those before going in. Try to avoid saying things like, “Hold my beer, I want to try something.” You cannot… Continue Reading “The Most Serious Mistake”
When you plan, notice that choosing one thing has two effects. Always. The first is the thing you are trying to accomplish and its end. The second is all of the other choices that are available and that you deny to be part of… Continue Reading “Can You Count A Failure As A Success?”