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The Sick Care Drill
The Sick Care Drill
A recent McKinsey poll of global executives finds that the vast majority value innovation as “extremely important” to their growth strategies, “yet a staggering 94% were unsatisfied with their own innovation performance.”
Get Things Done with the Task Snowball
You may have heard of the Debt Snowball as a means to eliminate debt. Apply the same idea to your to-do list and start checking off your list today.
How the Election Will (or Will Not) Impact Your Portfolio
With the election just days away, there are many questions to be answered. One being – will the outcome of the election, or the election itself, will have an influence on stock market performance and their portfolio?
5 Myths about Doctor’s Kids
Yes, it sucks to miss lots of their milestones while you are working inhumane hours at the hospital saving lives, getting paged to excuse yourself out of your kid’s birthday party for the 10th year in a row.
Fear Is Here: Instability in Market Expectations
As the Fear Factor (VIX) rises, stock indexes remain flat. This is an alarming sign. It suggests uncertainty about what’s ahead for the market.
Chinese Grandma vs. American Grandma, Which One Are You?
Here's a classic social psychology question - Chinese Grandma vs. American Grandma, Which One Are You?
What Your Financial Advisor Won't Tell You
I realized how so many people are misinformed and they have absolutely no idea what they need to know when it comes to planning for retirement.
10 Ways Keep More Money You Make
The name of the game is how much you keep, not how much you make. I’m not advocating extreme financial hoarding; I’m advocating smart stewardship of your hard earned dollars.

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