Ian Cassel via Intelligent Fanatics: The Fallacy Of Instant Success “As an entrepreneur, it’s important to focus on what you can control, which is continuously making incremental improvements and compounding small daily decisions. If you do the right things long enough, eventually the wave of positive momentum will crest. Focus on the long-term and don’t get discouraged.”
Morgan Housel via Collaborative Fund: Making History By Doing Nothing “People want to make history and do something. It’s mental torture to match hands-off patience with decisive action. They are opposite skills, even if they rely on one another.”
The Reformed Boker: Pro-Am “Professionals review client financial plans and have uncomfortable but essential conversations with households that are falling short of their stated goals.”
Casey Mullooly: Don’t Invest Like The Rest “You also need to be aware of your “why”. Why are you investing this money? For most people their “why” is a comfortable retirement, as defined by their current lifestyle. Making as much money as possible is not a specific enough “why” to truly guide an investment process. Once you have your “why”, you can work backwards to find your “how”.”
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