20 Dec The Weekend Starts Here...
I’m a huge fan of Peter Drucker’s work. This first article is a great example of his wisdom. It relates to teaching, but I think could be applied to any occupation – rather than being pre-occupied with being successful we should concentrate on being useful [ Dave Stuart Jr 3 min read]
As someone who, like many of you I’m sure, has to decide each day what I’m not going to do rather than what I am going to do, I thought this next piece had some great tips on managing time more effectively. The piece even contains one of my favourite Drucker quotes “Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.” [Rescue Time 3 min read]
A Critical Look At The Arguments Against Index Investing [Robin Powell 3 min read]
The thing about elephants [Seth Godin 10 second read]
The importance of having a robust investment process – The Disappearing Edge [Michael Batnick 3 min read]
“There is a difference between an expert, whose talent should always be celebrated, and a guru, whose bad ideas should never be questioned.” No More Gurus [Morgan Housel 3 min read]
Imagine being the only English speaker stuck on a ship for five weeks, with just a handful of books, and no access to the internet. Reflections on the Disconnected Life [Cal Newport 2 min read]
One man’s 10-year experiment to record every moment (aka extreme life hacking 😉) [BBC 5 min read]
A positive outcome from a tragic event. In France, a Bloody WWI Battlefield Has Become a Wildlife Refuge [Atlas Obscura 5 min read]
The surprising psychology behind being rich [BBC 5:27 video]
And finally. Think you can time and beat the markets? Here’s your chance to prove it 😊 [Personal Finance Club Game]
I hope you have a lovely weekend. I’ll be getting ready for the Big Event Christmas. We will be spending Christmas Day with friends so no cooking for me. Yay! It’s also forecast to be T-shirt weather here in SW France 😎
There will be no TWSH next week as I’ll be recovering from having consumed my own bodyweight in turkey and mince pies, but I’ll be back before the New Year.
Wishing you all a wonderful festive season.