It’s Your Money. It’s the Future. It’s a Disease.

Child Poverty

There are always truths waiting to be uncovered, whether or not they’re common knowledge to the rest of the world around us. Sometimes what we think we know about a grave, global issue can be summed up in a simpler way that makes it easier to tackle. Go ahead: take this in and try this method. See if you’re not inspired to enact more justice in your daily life. Continue reading

Instead of Trying to Do It All

Tech Productivity Tips and Tools for Entrepreneurs

Being organized is a daily challenge. It takes discipline and a crazy amount of mental energy, especially when you’re working for yourself. That’s why I have reviewed a variety of software, digital automation tools and online platforms, all of which have helped me and will hopefully help you tackle your own organization. It’s time to cut back on all those hand written notes and lost time because there are far too many user-friendly technologies out there that can make your life easier. Continue reading

The Mistake of Getting an Education

Reasons Why You Shouldn't Attend College

When someone asks you about your education, do you also consider your personal investment in it; and does that investment justify your current level of knowledge or expertise? Most importantly, has that investment paid off in a way that supports your life goals? I have a strong feeling that for many people, especially those who pursued higher education, it’s mysteriously getting more and more expensive to pay for something you undertook one time, a piece of paper, a set of credentials, a status, and all so you could do what? Make more money? Be happier? Go places? So you could do what? [Fill in the blanks.] If you find that something isn’t adding up when you reflect on the sum of your learning experiences and what you paid for, what I wrote today is just for you. Continue reading