Monday, November 27, 2006

Monday I'm in love.

Have you ever wondered who reads what you write? Who may read it in the future? The thought has grown louder with the abundance of web archives. Whatever I say now. I can change it, but its permanent. So 30 years from now at an interview when I'm confronted with my dissent I guess I should have something glib to say...

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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Already screwed up...

Yep. Already. I already forgot. No, I'm not going to write three posts in a row to make up for it. We're just going to move on, OK?

So, back to yesterday, or whatever... I find that many people are content to sabotage themselves and their potential as it relates to money. The primary examples I tend to notice are lifestyle oriented. Choices like class of living, transportation and habits can incapacitate earning potential.

A common example is a term known as the "Latte Factor." The Latte factor makes light of one of America's addictions; Coffee. By ditching the daily cafe, it is estimated many Americans could save upwards of $300 per year. More liberal estimates suggest up to $1,500 per year.

My thought is that everyone has their own addiction. So what if you can leverage your addiction to earn instead of cost you money?

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

A post a day?

It is what it says. Can I do it? I don't know. I always seem to neglect my online spaces. The cobbler's children go without shoes man...

So for real, can I do it. Probably. Subject matter be dammed. You are at my whim now.

Lately it seems I have been extraordinarily preoccupied with money. Greedy? No. Just fascinated with the ways in which it can grow or disappear as the case may be... Surprisingly both methods can be accomplished with same degree of ease or difficulty. Yet this concept seems to be just beyond the physical or mental barriers of many Americans. We have been taught to believe there is one primary method of acquiring capital; "Trading hours for dollars." If you read the article you'll quickly realize why that method probably sucks for you. Don't worry though, we all have to start somewhere. I trade hours for dollars selling software.

TOMORROW I'll drop some ways to work around this problem and how you can follow along with me.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Goodbye Rumsfeld; you dumb bastard.

Your timing could have been better, but no more ironic. Perhaps you lost a bet with a democrat? Worse, perhaps you lost a bet with Bush? Either way, the people have spoken and they disagree with both of you and your terrible policies. I may only hope that the families of our fallen hero's forgive you for your failures. Nevertheless, your tenure will certainly be recorded as one of greatest fiascoes in American history.