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As I recently finished my course on "How to Survive and Thrive During the Coming Economic Crisis," I was struck with how simple and feasible the individual solutions are, while how utterly impossible and difficult the collective solutions are.
Choose success and happiness by focusing on the individual solutions you can put in place in your own life.
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I thought about simply calling today's show, "On Hammers."
You pick the title you prefer...but recognize the truth: tools are tools and their usefulness depends not on their inherent attributes but on their appropriate application.
As we all watch and process the mass shooting in Las Vegas this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to share a few lessons learned.
I always try to process an event like this with an eye towards the lessons I can learn.
The tactical situation in Las Vegas was impossible. I don't think you could imagine a worse situation to be in as a concert-goer. An absolute nightmare.
But, I do have a few thoughts that I think can help. And since I don't hear anyone sharing anything practical, here are my suggestions.
If you have additional practical, actionable ideas, I'd love to hear them.
I feel like I owe it to you to keep you semi-current on the state of tax policy in the USA. But, it's too early to have any serious details about the current Republican proposals.
I thought instead we could have a useful philosophical discussion about taxation. My challenge to you today is to answer these questions, for yourself.
I'm just wrapping up a week and I've been off the mic for all of it due to being sick.
Wanted to share with you a short motivational monologue to encourage you to keep pressing forward in the challenges you're facing today.
This too shall pass.
But, is it really bad?
I say not.
"Price gouging" (or, more accurately stated, the adjustment of market prices to meet changing demand) has tremendous utility for the well-being of all involved and is absolutely upright, moral, and ethical.
Of course, this guy says it's wrong, morally and economically. I deal with his "arguments" in the show.