You Have 28 Thousand Days to Live

I Love You

Those are the last words I said to my father. In fact, every time we parted ways or hung up the telephone, he always said “I love you.” And as his son, I always said it back. Probably one of the most important lessons he taught me was to express my love openly. I am so thankful...
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Giving Up and Letting Go

Giving Up and Letting Go

Source I was talking to an older individual just the other day, and he was telling me about his younger years, during his time growing up in the 60s and then graduating high school in the early 70s. He was telling me how back in his day, there were a lot of people who smoked and...
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Our Family Manifesto

Our Family Manifesto

I live in Texas, I pay taxes to the IRS, and I follow every law required of me. I am not looking for any trouble from the U.S. government. That said, my family and I have elected to sever ourselves from the cancerous monster that is Washington D.C. every chance we get. We don’t...
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Think and Enrich

Think and Enrich

Three years ago, I met a dear friend, a male soul mate, Lior Gantz, the worst possible representative for the Jewish people I have ever come across. Lior loves pork and has no religion, but still buys a Christmas tree while living in Israel, and thinks being funny means crossing...
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10 Things I Had to Unlearn That My Children Won’t

10 Things I Had to Unlearn That My Children Won’t

This list could grow to 1,000 ideas, but I’ve kept it down to ten. In the future, I might update it and add some more. There are a lot of bad ideas that dominate the world we live in today, most of which are uncritically accepted as the norm and fully embraced by society. As a...
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Think for Yourself

Think for Yourself

Okay, so I haven’t posted in over a month! It’s the longest break so far from my personal blog, so here is a quick update. First off, we are working on releasing our first book. The book will focus on personal finance for the new economy and should be available sometime...
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Keep Calm and Hug On…

Hugs… we all give them away. Some are solid bear hugs with a tight squeeze, maybe even with a slight swaying side to side, and others are light-hearted hugs. Or, if hugging the opposite sex, a nice side hug with a touch of the ribs and shoulders may be more appropriate. We all...
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Three Super Foods to Extend Your 28 Thousand Days

Three Super Foods to Extend Your 28 Thousand Days

Whole foods, leisure, good sleep, doing what you love, great sex, and wine are all part of the recipe to living a long and full life. When it comes to the foods we eat, this can determine our physical appearance, energy levels, and our body’s ability to fight off disease. The...
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A Father’s Personal Struggle with the Vaccine Debate

A Father’s Personal Struggle with the Vaccine Debate

Across these United States, a fierce vaccination debate has started to flare up, and straw-man arguments are being paraded around as the truth. Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey said he’s for a balanced approach, in which parents have some measure of choice. Unfortunately,...
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Want to be Successful Fail More

Want to be Successful? Fail More

I fail a lot. It’s astonishing how much I fail. Just today I was told by a client (whom I was doing a copy written piece for) that the 20+ hours of work I did last week was too aggressive and to scrap the entire thing. The amount of money I have lost from failing is well into the...
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