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3 Times When Doing Nothing Can Be a Good Thing

 How many times have you experienced something that scared or upset you, and that caused you to do something that ultimately made the situation worse? In an article I read this week, famous investor Ric Edelman talked about people having a bias toward action. He said...

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Margins, Margins, Margins

In the movie “A Christmas Story”, there is a scene where Ralphie is daydreaming in school about Mrs. Shields, grading their theme papers. She rants and raves about every child’s papers, giving them an enthusiastic “F!” before moving onto the next victim’s assignment....

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Put Profit First, And Fun Can Follow

Over the last 17 years in the game industry, I can not begin to count the times brilliant game company owners and designers have come to me in a panic, asking advice on what’s wrong with their business. And, often, it comes down to one very basic thing – they put...

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Emergency Savings Stewardship

Many money professionals will give you the generalized advice of “3-6 months of living expenses” with respect to maintaining an emergency fund. But most advice stops there. In working with my clients I feel it is important they implement this concept. But they also...

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