Tim’s Top Links – 4/10/19

A common theme in the articles I found today: progress.  Whether you’re just setting goals, looking back on the past 10 years of working towards those goals, or getting ready for a brand new adventure, making progress is always important.

Whether it’s slow and steady, or at a rapid pace, making any progress is always an accomplishment to be proud of.

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

‘Define YOUR Success’ – Justin Castelli – All About Your Benjamins

  • Stop comparing yourself to others. Period.  Justin talks about finding your own success and setting your own goals in his latest post.

‘How a Hitless Chris Davis is Like a $15 Dessert’ – The New York Times

  • Economist Richard Thaler compares the slumping Orioles Chris Davis to an expensive dessert using the sunk cost fallacy.

‘The Painful Gift’ – Stephen Nelson – Per Diem

  • Some of the best lessons in life are tough to learn.  Stephen talks about how important it will be for his future children to learn those tough lessons.

‘Then and Now’ – Stefan Cheplick

  • A lot can happen over a span of 10 years, and change doesn’t happen in a day, week or even a month.  Real change takes time, and Stefan outlines this in his latest post.


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