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Joy Of Missing Out

Fragments from imaginary dialogues

“How can I get rid of the Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO)?”

“Ask yourself:

What 20 percent of things in your life are responsible for 80 percent of your success and happiness? 53 more words

Fragments From Imaginary Dialogues

Power of decisions not made

As I am frenetically punching the keys on my PC to keep my deadlines intact, my life partner is agonizingly waiting for me to join him for lunch. 1,035 more words

Penny Praise

Sing praises to the Lord, O you his saints, and give thanks to his holy name.
Psalm 30:4 ESV

It is summer and that usually means one thing, I am broke.

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Approaching contracts in FM

Du Malone writes: This post is the first in a series dealing with the topics of contracts, their negotiation, and agents. The post explores the question of how to think about contracts in general. 947 more words


Negative and positive gearing

Negative and positive gearing are very popular topics, especially when we talk about residential investment. Generally speaking, if your investment is negatively geared, then from a finance perspective you’ve likely made a poor investment decision. 1,263 more words

Choosing Reading over Chess and Poker

It’s quite horrifying to fully accept that we have limited time. Everyone is aware of this in the abstract, but most people aren’t concretely incorporating this knowledge into their life plans. 671 more words

13,000 Economists, 1 Question

Link: https://www.npr.org/2020/01/09/794977811/episode-963-13-000-economists-1-question

At the American Economic Association annual conference, some of the brightest economists answer the question, “What is the most useful idea in economics?”. Answers range from the idea of opportunity cost to thinking at the margin. 79 more words

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