Financial wellness, Productivity

Waking Up Early Is the Real Boss Shit

Back in March, Wiz Khalifa tweeted about how he likes to wake up early now and it ended up with over 450k likes: https://twitter.com/wizkhalifa/status/1108349382523383810?s=19 In my opinion, Wiz isn't wrong either, the early riser's club is filled with famous business men and women. The likes of which include: Apple CEO - Tim CookXerox CEO -… Continue reading Waking Up Early Is the Real Boss Shit

Goal

Month One Update: Goal Tracking and Lessons Learned

If you haven't been keeping up with everything here the last month, my goal between July 1st, 2019 and June 30th, 2020 is to save $20,000. I'm now one month in and wanted to post an update on my progress as well as some of the lessons I've learned through trial and error as well… Continue reading Month One Update: Goal Tracking and Lessons Learned

Financial wellness, Productivity

Know the Value of Your Time

I've already mentioned in previous articles that time is our most valuable asset because no matter how much money we have we can't buy more time with it. Today I'd like to take a little deeper dive into how I value my time and how I use that information to help me with decision making.… Continue reading Know the Value of Your Time

Productivity

Not-To-Do List Challenge – Day 4 – Do Not Say “I Can’t”

We say it everyday without giving it a second thought. The term "I can't" isn't inherently bad, but when we say it often enough it leads to two things; 1) It limits what we believe we are capable of achieving and 2) It immediately stops the creative process in its tracks. For today, whenever you… Continue reading Not-To-Do List Challenge – Day 4 – Do Not Say “I Can’t”