And how to fix each one.
And if you don’t start now, it’ll flop and deservedly so.
Things only seem crooked when you look at them from the wrong perspective.
Once you get out of your way, your biggest obstacle has already fallen.
A deliberate commitment beats waiting for a magical discovery.
The story of the $100 bill.
You need to realize it’s the same things making all the difference.
A parable about knowing your worth.
The adapted Wheaton Scale can help us understand why even productivity nerds sometimes have trouble relating to each other.
Every dollar you spend is a vote for who you’ll become.
How to know when it’s time to quit.
A simple formula for estimating where you are in your financial journey.
Don’t sell your best horse before its greatest run.
Choose your “life theme” carefully — and make sure you choose on purpose.
“You can learn a lot, you know, just by going out and using some shoe leather.”
Keep fighting — and beating — hedonic adaptation.