Posted on November 3, 2011
Since you’re reading this, you obviously woke up today. What big plans do you have for the day? Somewhere there is someone who did not wake up. Just like that, the show is over.
A lot of us, myself included, sometimes take this for granted. A few weeks back, I was having Read More
Posted on March 7, 2011
Fact: most of the wealthiest people in the world do not keep their assets in cash. At any given time they have very low amounts of paper money in the bank.
Have you ever seen a person listed in the Forbes Top 400 that had cash as their main source of wealth?
The truth about the U.S. paper currency, Read More
Posted on February 17, 2011
So a few days ago, I was a little bothered by something that I heard from a friend online. My friend, “Frank”, made it clear that he thought NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg had lost his marbles; one pickle short of a Big Mac; destined for the crazy bin. Politicians do weird and illogical things sometimes so I really began to wonder what he possibly could have done to get “Frank”, not normally one to be bothered by stupid politics, all fired up. The issue: Read More
Posted on February 3, 2011
We did it…without any glitches or hiccups. The day was nothing short of amazing!
Actually, speaking of glitches…there was one little issue. A reminder to those engaged couples out there, do not forget your marriage license when you leave for your wedding! Thanks to Fr. Tom for being on point and reminding us about it early on during the rehearsal and our friend Domenic for going out of his way to get it from our apartment and deliver it to the church Saturday morning. We didn’t think there was a chance of forgetting this and Read More
Posted on December 11, 2010
So you think you have a good portfolio, huh? That piece of artwork that you mentioned was an investment…what’s the monthly cash flow on that “asset”? How about your cash on cash return or return on investment (ROI)? To be honest, it is really concerning that Read More
Posted on November 26, 2010
…Don’t forget to give it.
All too often, we take things for granted. Many of us have more opportunity in front of us than we even have time to recognize, more friends than we need and an annoying, underappreciated relative that we see each Thanksgiving. This year, and hopefully each year going forward, try to Read More