We are what we think.
We think what we read.
Share the best bits.
What are you reading?
ICYMI: Last Week on GOOD LINKS.
My son is a budding musician and I am incredibly proud of how hard he works at it. Check out his new YouTube Channel. You know the drill – watch some videos, like, subscribe… please. He needs 100 subscribers to name his own channel.
- Loving yourself means knowing your rough spots and your anxieties and… loving them. Whatever is Difficult Within You, Offer it Love. (Wildmind)
- If you don’t know… just admit it. It’ll make you smarter in the long run. The Benefits of Admitting When You Don’t Know. (BehavioralScientist)
- HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!!! Gretchen Rubin’s 7 best bits of Fatherly Advice in My Father’s Advice for Being Happier and Forming Habits (Gretchen Rubin)
- Every person dies; not everyone really lives. What will you do while you are here? What can this 5 Century Old Drawing Teach You? Everything… (thoughtcatalog)
- Investing is not (has never been) an intellectual exercise; it is temperamental or emotional exercise. Morgan Housel absolutely nails The Psychology of Money. (Collaborative Fund)
- American household wealth reached a new high in the first quarter of 2018 as Americans’ Wealth Surpasses $100 Trillion. (WSJ)
- Name a great investor that attributes their success to media headlines… yeah, I didn’t think so. Don’t Get Played By the Financial Media. (AbnormalReturns)
- We employ passive factors in our investment process. Over long periods, I believe they are the only way you MAY be able to outperform. Larry Swedroe asks, What Makes Factors Endure? (ETF.com)
Earlier on Happiness Dividend:
The Market Cycle and Investing (Video)