Mayo Oshin — July 5, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin — July 5, 2019 In 2011, Mina Cikara, a social psychologist at Harvard University, recruited 18 hardcore baseball fans who supported either the Red Sox or Yankees—arguably the fiercest rivalry in American sports. 1 Cikara, Mina; Botvinick, Matthew M.; Fiske, Susan T. (2011-03-01). “Us Versus Them Social … Continue reading The Envy Trap: Why We Compare Ourselves to Others and How to Stop It
Dave Brock — May 26, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — May 26, 2019 As a disclaimer, there is no redeeming lesson in this post. Just some Sunday humor and observations about the world. If you are looking for deep insight, stop here, if you want a chuckle–and an investment opportunity, read further. About a year ago, … Continue reading “Me, Myself, And I” — An Investment Opportunity
Karl Sakas — April 30, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas — April 30, 2019 Maximize or an Optimize: What’s your Growth Personality type? Are you a Maximizer or an Optimizer? Your preferred Growth Personality Type impacts your agency’s growth, recruiting, profits, and quality of life. Maximize is about raw return, about getting maximum revenues and profits. Optimize … Continue reading Maximize vs. Optimize: What’s Your Growth Personality Type?
Karl Sakas — April 10, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas — April 10, 2019 Frustrated things aren’t getting done? Consider my Desire, Competence, and Capacity model. (larger) Frustrated that an employee isn’t completing their important assignments? Or maybe you’re the one struggling as the overloaded agency leader? Perhaps you’ve told someone—or yourself—“Just do it!” That’s a good … Continue reading Not Doing That Thing? You Need Desire, Competence, and Capacity
Mark Sands — March 7, 2019 Follow @highrisk101 — March 7, 2019 You may lack confidence at work for a variety of reasons. Maybe your employer’s expectations are too high, or you are in a job/department that requires skills you do not have. Perhaps you have a new boss, or you feel threatened by your … Continue reading Self-Confidence: The Key To Entrepreneurial Success
Don Dalrymple — January 30, 2019 Follow @dondalrymple — January 30, 2019 Was it you or was it luck? Photo by bruce mars on Pexels.com “It manifests itself in the shape of the lucky fool, defined as a person who benefited from a disproportionate share of luck but attributes his success to some other, generally … Continue reading The Lucky Fool and Reality
Robert Gloer — January 2, 2019 Follow @IOUFinancial — January 2, 2019 Today’s employees are looking for more than just a salary—they want benefits. Millennials and those from Generation X, especially, are more financially invested in their future than previous generations and are committed to saving for their future. A company that wants to both … Continue reading Benefits of the 401k Retirement Plan for Small Business Employers and Employees
Eric Rosenberg — July 20, 2018 — July 20, 2018 A side hustle can help you turn around a difficult financial situation. Whether you are looking to pay off debt, improve your retirement savings, or are looking to pad your cash flow to retire early, it may be possible with a side hustle. A recent … Continue reading How Much Should You Earn from Your Side Hustle?
Samantha Martin — March 19, 2018 Follow @Socially_Sam — March 19, 2018 Many people seem to have a mental barrier when it comes to the age they start to pursue their passions. The truth is, it’s never too late to pursue your passions. Life Begins At 40 There seems to be a train of thought … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late To Pursue Your Passions
Emelina Spinelli — February 10, 2018 Follow @ecspinelli — February 10, 2018 Can you hear the buzz…. the murmer… the consistent droning on and on from “experts” who tell you this mythical story? Have you heard about the unicorn that you can catch, called “being paid to create”, doing what you love, making money while … Continue reading The Myth of Being Paid to Create and Why It’s Doomed to Fail