If you own a business or you ever felt like there’s more to life than just obtaining stuff, you should read STRETCH by Scott Sonenshein.*
The premise of this book is by unlocking the power of less, you’ll achieve more than you ever imagine—lifelong satisfaction can be gained from stretching resources instead of chasing more. He gives many examples of businesses who chased more resources ended up bankrupt, versus others that triumphed from stretching their existing resources.
A book summary (as my friends sometimes ask me for):
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A supremely wise man, one of my heroes—Taylor Larimore—said his greatest investment was flowers. Huh?
Oh—and he’s no pansy—he’s a former World War II paratrooper.
Continue reading “Why Flowers are one of your greatest investments: Guest post from DH”
We had an 85% savings rate in 2017, which beat our 63% savings rate in 2016! It wasn’t easy. At all.
I know—you’re asking how this was possible and how did we calculate this? And lastly, why would anyone want to save so much money in the first place? (#YOLO crowd, here’s looking at you!) 😉 Continue reading “How a Physician slashed her spending”
He died mid-sentence. Eight years old and talking to me.
“My belly hurt, so I took some pepto from mom and-”
Eyes rolled up before they closed, his head lolled to the side, neck pulseless. Dead before we could hit the code button. An hour later, still dead. Continue reading “Why Do Doctors Write?”