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Missed Fortune – Creating Predictability Not Randomness

Randomness Is Not Your Friend Would you rather have a life of predictability or a life of randomness? Let’s try a simple math exercise. Pick any number between one and ten. Now take that number and double it. Next add eight to that number. Now divide that number in half. What number do you have […]

Missed Fortune – How To Make Real Progress In the Coming Year

Exponential Growth is Where Greatness Happens With each new year comes new opportunities.  This includes the potential to make exponential gains in our lives. The difference between linear and exponential growth can be illustrated by imagining ourselves taking a journey. With a linear approach, if we take 20 steps that’s exactly how far we will […]

Missed Fortune – Immunization from Higher Taxes & Inflation

The Free Stuff Paradox Doug recently received an email from a tax attorney he’s known for over three and a half decades. This attorney’s email does a brilliant job of summing up the class warfare that’s been going on right before us. He writes, “The folks who are getting the free stuff don’t like the […]

Missed Fortune – 4 Keys To a Brighter Future

Planning Beats Shooting From the Hip When a year comes to an end and a new one begins, it’s a time for reflection and planning. This is true for individuals and businesses alike. So how exactly should we approach a new beginning? Do you have a process by which you can review performance and set […]

Missed Fortune – Every Obstacle is an Opportunity

Just a Rock in the Road We’ve all pondered whether we’re the type of person who sees the glass as half empty or half full. Sometimes we question whether we are optimistic or pessimistic. But what if there was more to this than simply positive or negative attitude? What if the answer had to do […]

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