Money as a Measure of Success

There’s no denying that we worship wealth as a society. People with a high net worth and a big income get our respect, and even more, we think they deserve it because we measure success with money. And why wouldn’t we? Money is concrete. It’s easy to “size someone up” by looking at the nice things they have or the number of zeros in their investment portfolio. You can count it. You can measure it. You can see it. Continue reading “Money as a Measure of Success”

My Plans for Productivity

As I wrote in my last post, being public about your ambitions is one of the best ways to boost accountability and commitment. Well, I’m starting to notice that there’s been a lot of preaching around here and not much demonstration. That’s why in today’s post, I’m going to outline my plans for working toward my mission statement goals this year.

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