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November 17th, 2008

I’ve been using a credit card for several years. For the past two years in particular, I’ve put everything I could on my American Express Blue Cash card. The card’s cash back benefits are pretty good, and it seems at first like there’s no reason not to take advantage of the free money. As of [...]

September 20th, 2007

What do you really want to accomplish in the next month, the next year, the next decade? Is your career on track? Are your relationships developing correctly? Do you really even know? The Yardstick We cannot measure our success without knowing what success will look like. Our goals should be the yardsticks for our lives. [...]

March 7th, 2007

Let’s face it, we hate everyone else on the road. We’re all absolutely fed up with the terrible drivers. Unfortunately, the bad drivers show no signs of disappearing. If anything, the number of bad drivers seem to actually be increasing. Maybe that’s because we are the very same drivers we hate. Here’s my thoughts on what it takes (and what it means) to be a good driver.

Sometimes it seems that practical advice has died. Get-rich-quick schemes have become as common as they are ineffective, with everyone pitching the easy path. These eight steps provide a straightforward, realistic path to reaching your goals. These steps won’t provide any easy fixes, but if you want advice that actually works, read on.