Month: July 2019

There are no mistakes, only lessons. Here are the top lessons I've learned from "mistakes" in my life—lessons I lean on every day to be a better person.

Top Lessons from Mistakes I’ve Made

It’s a common phrase, isn’t it? Learn from your mistakes. Ideally, people would learn from the mistakes of others. But that’s not always possible. Sometimes we only learn the lesson when we get firsthand experience. And firsthand experience can suck.

Fitness trackers don't do anything for you by themselves. Without this one thing, they're actually pretty useless. Find out what you need to make it work.

Why Fitness Trackers are Mostly Useless

Take a look around you, wherever you are. How many people are wearing fitness trackers on their wrists? Maybe you have one, too. Apple Watches, Fitbits, Jawbones, Garmins… All of these “wearables” are advertised as making us more fit and active. But here’s the reality: they’re all useless without this one thing.

The commute sucks anyway, so why not listen to personal growth podcasts to pass the time? Feed your mind and level up your mindset with these 5 shows.

7 Personal Growth Podcasts to Feed Your Mind

Does your commute suck? Do you hate running or exercising in any fashion, but could bear it if you had something interesting to listen to? Would you enjoy housework and chores more if you listened to something while you worked? Enter podcasts. Of all the different styles out there, my favorites are personal growth podcasts. …

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Do you talk to your kids about money? Are you having those important money conversations so they know how to handle their finances? Start with these ten.

10 Money Conversations to Have With Your Kids

Do you talk to your kids about money? Is money a “touchy subject” in your household? Perhaps you don’t have enough. Or maybe you’re well-off but don’t think you need to expose your children to the realities of finance.   Financially savvy people don’t brag about the millions in their portfolios, but it’s folly to neglect …

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