Tim’s Top Links – 4/1/19

I was thinking about coming up with a clever April Fool’s joke for today, but I decided not to.   I wanted to let everyone know that I will be running in the Asbury Park Half Marathon this coming Saturday, April 6th.  I am raising money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  For more information about the cause, click this link!

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Hope’s Masquerade’ – Casey Mullooly – All Things Are One 

  • Hope is a great thing to have, but when there are certain pre-requisite’s attached to hope it can become not-so-great.

‘What’s the Best Piece of Advice You’ve Ever Received?’ – Tim Mullooly

  • I end all of my podcast interviews with that question, and I wrote about my own answer to it, and want to hear from you as well!

‘Why You Should Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things’ – Forbes

  • Collecting material possessions can be a dangerous game if it’s meant to sustain happiness.  The author writes about why experiences can be a more worthwhile approach.

‘What if the Bull Market Ended 14 Months Ago?’ – Eddy Elfenbein – Crossing Wall Street

  • Eddy makes the case that perhaps we are no longer in a bull market, and could be in a “stealth bear market”.


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