25 Oct The Weekend Starts Here...
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What exactly is happiness, and how does money relate to that? [Barry Ritholtz 2 min read]
I’m a huge fan of management guru Peter Drucker’s writings. Inc.com have compiled an A – Z of his best lessons [5 min read]
It’s often said that nothing worth achieving comes without hard work and determination. Busy mum and ultra-marathon runner Katie Arnold demonstrates it’s not about super-duper training plans and being hyper-organised, it’s all about putting one foot in front of the other [3 min read]
Not all biases are bad. Some are there to protect us. Useful biases [Morgan Housel 3 min read]
It’s thought that the first wheel was invented around 3500 BC. It wasn’t until 1972 that anyone thought to put them on a suitcase. We’re all susceptible to overlooking simple solutions in favour of something more complicated. [Georgie Loxton 2 min read]
“The idea that we act in our own rational self-interest with any degree of regularity is, quite obviously, ludicrous and is falsified every single day by our choices and our lives.” [Bob Seawright 10 min read]
How Much Time Should You Spend On Your Finances? [Ben Carlson 4 min read]
10 Enhancements to Financial Advice [3 min read]
And finally. It’s been another bonkers Brexit week in Parliament. In spite of the madness, there is ample proof that the British sense of humour is very much alive and kicking. Twitter is a veritable gold mine of distractions to put a smile back on your face. Here are some of the ones which made me laugh out loud this week:
Thought of the Day (courtesy of Kilburn Underground station)
The problem with Brexit is that nothing is built in Britain anymore (possibly my absolute favourite)
Whatever you’re up to this weekend, I hope it’s a good one.