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THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. PLEASE READ MY DISCLOSURE FOR MORE INFO In The War of Art, Steven Pressfield writes about two styles of work ethic: hierarchical and territorial. An artist who works hierarchically always has the audience in mind.
Part of my day to day routine is meeting with BDM's (business development managers). As you can imagine like any meetings some are zzzzz! and some are great. One of the best questions a BDM has ever asked me was, "If You Were a Listed on the Share Market, Would You Buy Your Stock?"
Courtesy of Millennial Money The idea came about when he used a retirement calculator for the first time and it told him he needed about $1.25 million to retire. "I was barely able to buy a burrito," he writes, let alone think about saving seven figures.
It's one thing to set a goal to save half my income, but actually doing it is an entirely other story. Here's a (brutally honest) look at exactly how I've managed to hit my savings goal over the past few months - because I've been consistently hitting it every month since October.

Extreme Ownership | Jocko Willink | TEDxUniversityofNevada

War is hell, but war is also a brutal teacher. War teaches you about brotherhood, honor, humility, and leadership. In this riveting talk, Jocko Willink explains from personal experience how war teaches you the most when things go wrong. Jocko asserts that when a team takes ownership of its problems, the problems get solved.