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inheritance problem : financialindependence
books-to-buy = "A Simple Path to Wealth" JL Collins

A lot of other great advice: "If you can" by William Bernstein, also "The Four Pillars of Investing" by the same author

Read all the comments, especially this one below:

Reference = A great set of tips for dealing with an investment advisor in the top comment by ExtraneousQuestion:

"Hi, licensed financial advisor here at a wealth management firm. I will give you no securities advice due to regulations on public forum.

But I will give you some tips at dealing with advisors, and what to look for.

1 ask how they are compensated.
You can do this on the phone even. Any advisor worth their salt will be comfortable explaining this, and a good one will bring up possible conflicts of interest ahead of time. I don’t personally think you need to limit yourself to fee only, but I understand the rationale behind that sentiment.

2 if an advisor tells you what to do or not do with your money, like it’s theirs - fire them on the spot.
A good advisor does not remove your agency in decision making. I started in the industry seeing a lot of these types of guys and I have no idea why anybody would do business with them. A good advisor should be able to challenge you without being aggressive or confrontational, for the purpose of understanding and strengthening your investment philosophy, not to belittle you. Beware the short tempered advisor, this guy is entitled and will be a pain in the ass.

3 if you tell the advisor what you need help with, and they start talking about products, just leave. Especially if they say bring up a “variable annuity” anytime at all within the first meeting.
A good advisor should have a process in place involving asking plentiful questions about your preferences, past experiences, concerns, objectives, risk tolerance, family, etc - it should feel like it’s not JUST about money but about YOU as a person., and what YOU want.

They should also create some personalized analysis based on this information, that they show you and interpret. And they should get through the themes, issues, opportunities in your plan at a high level BEFORE ever mentioning a specific product. Product early means product pusher. Don’t bother.

4 if the advisor gets annoyed when you ask questions, leave. As advisors it is our privilege to serve you, and present you insights to improve your situation. If you feel talked down upon, intimidated, shamed, or god forbid you are yelled at. Give them the finger. Mind you a good advisor may also have some hard questions for you, but a difficult question and a surly attitude are not the same thing.
5 it should feel like working with your estate planner. To solve a problem, and walk you through their rationale. Professional. Transparent. And they should advocate for you and recognize discomfort before you have to voice yourself - and pause to check in with you.
You should feel like a human interviewing someone for a partnership, not a piece of prey.

I know advisors are not popular on this sub, but I get upset listening to your story. You deserve better than what it seems you’ve received. I’m sorry."
money  investing  Reference  books-to-buy 
7 days ago by daguti
Giuliani now says the fact Trump signed a Letter of Intent for Trump Moscow is meaningless -- but just a few days ago Giuliani insisted Trump hadn't signed it. In related news, up is down, black is white, and we have always been at war with Oceania. : Mar
strategy, lies-lying = "I can't find it quickly, I'll search later,

But Guiliani tipped his hand at his strategy and this fits right in.

He said in an interview that his plan was to spread as many differing stories, as much misinformation as possible, to cloud the truth.

He feels that this isn't going to come down to a court of law, it's going to come down to public opinion .(The theory is that he will be facing impeachment, not criminal charges.. at least during his presidency) and the "jurors" on that case will judge based on their constituents' desires.

If he can keep enough people doubting Meuller's story by clouding the waters with misinformation, then he can keep Trump in office."


GREAT COMMENT:
statistics, religion = (I am implying the religion part myself)
"I swear, if humanity had a better instinctive understanding of statistics and how randomness works we'd be **SO** much better off.



As it is it takes weeks, even months, of study to understand why that's a BS belief, and even then it only make sense on a sort of rarefied intellectual level not down in our emotions where we form so many of our beliefs."

GREAT COMMENT:
books-to-buy = "“Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just around the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that. We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now you begin to understand me.” ― George Orwell, 1984"
people-donald-trump  news  2018  corruption  crime  strategy  lies-lying  statistics  religion  books-to-buy 
december 2018 by daguti
Introverts can feel out of place within our Western culture that values extraversion. A new study found that introverts become unhappy with themselves if they compare themselves to an extraverted cultural ideal, but if they accept their authentic, quiet s
"Anyone interested in the subject of introversion should read Quiet: The Power of Introverts by Susan Cain. It's a great book and can explain a lot for both an extrovert or an introvert who feels unhappy about the extrovert status quo."
personal-development  books-to-buy  personality-traits-happiness  personality-traits-introversion 
december 2018 by daguti
[Discussion] Let’s talk about academic-ish literature : marketing
"'How Brands Grow' (Vols 1 and 2) should be your bible then. More starch in these two books than a sack of potatoes...Byron and Sharp strike the perfect balance between research and actionable business insights than you will ever find. And all written in a very accessible non-fusty language."
books-to-buy  marketing 
december 2018 by daguti
Last year, I read 100 books on marketing and business. Here are my Top 10. : marketing
"1. Making Money is Killing Your Business - Chuck Blakeman

Follow along with this book and do exactly what he tells you. When you're done, you'll basically have a two-year, step-by-step plan for growing your business, you'll have more purpose for doing so, and you'll have an exit strategy in place.

2. Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got - Jay Abraham

Even though this was written in the early 2000s, this book is straight up foundational marketing strategy. A ton of my ideas for helping clients came from this book. It helped me think outside the box when coming up with marketing strategies, and to look for more untapped resources.

3. The One-Page Marketing Plan - Allan Dib

Developing a marketing plan can be daunting. In this book, the author breaks it down to where you have all aspects of a marketing strategy covered, and brief how-to's to develop each avenue. I found this one very helpful in preventing overwhelm.

4. Difference - Bernadette Jiwa

So many businesses struggle with developing sales copy & messaging that illustrates how they're different from their competition. This book was really helpful in assisting me with writing sales copy and marketing literature to help my businesses stand out.

5. Building a Story Brand - Donald Miller

This is another book that helps craft your sales message and company story. Donald Miller uses his take on the Hero's Journey to help you craft a compelling tale for your customers to get behind, and helps build brand loyalty.

6. The One Thing - Gary Keller

This is a pretty famous book by the guy who started Keller Williams Realty, and helps you come up with more of a purpose in your life and your business. It's a lot easier to work so hard on growing something when you have an uplifting, inspiring outcome that you're running towards.

7. Insight Selling- Michael Harris

This one was very helpful in teaching me to better sell my services. It shows you how to talk to clients in a way that resonates with them. Of course WE'RE all stoked about marketing, but not everyone shares our passion for this industry. Because of that, you have to learn how to talk to clients in a way that makes sense to them and provides them with "a-ha moments". This book helped me do that.

8. 7L: The Seven Levels of Communication - Michael Maher

This book is awesome for helping you develop a referral system. I learned over the past year how important building and implementing a referral system is, and this book will show you pretty much step-by-step how to do that.

9. Dotcom Secrets - Russell Brunson

I feel like Russell Brunson has really taken off in the last 18 months or so, & this book is one of the reasons why. RB is the godfather of sales funnels, and this book provides a lot of psychology and helpful scripts on building a successful sales funnel for an online business.

10. No B.S. Guide to Direct Marketing - Dan Kennedy Dan Kennedy is the godfather of direct response marketing. This book has not only a lot of strategies, but also a lot of tactics that you can use to help build your business and marketed better. There is a particularly cool case study about bringing in more revenue at a restaurant. I have used my take on this strategy with tons of clients recently.

All these books are so good at teaching you well-rounded business development and marketing. However, you HAVE to follow them and do what tell you to do! The problem that so many people run into is reading awesome books... but not taking action on what information they give you.

NOTE: If you're not much of a reader, then reading those first two will get you really, really far.

If you want to check out the rest, I've got them listed at: www.brandonstiles.com/100books"
books-to-buy  marketing 
april 2018 by daguti
"Can anyone recommend any books, that focuses on changing and controlling your thoughts?" - ClickFunnels (Official)
Mentions Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz ... need to read that. But also some others I haven't read:

As A Man Thinketh - James Allen
Your Erroneous Zones - Dr. Wayne Dyer
A New Earth -Eckhardt Tolle
books-i-own-and-must-read  personal-development  books-to-buy 
march 2018 by daguti
Amazon.com: The Boron Letters eBook: Gary Halbert, Bond Halbert: Kindle Store
Ryan Steenburgh:

"Copy them out by hand, it does something mentally that cements the principles in your brain"
books-to-buy  marketing-tactics--writing-copy 
february 2018 by daguti
Here’s Why ‘Hooked’ Changed The Way I Approach Communications
books-to-buy = Nir Eyal's "Hook"

I *LOVE* the examples of various types of "jabs" that don't sell anything, followed by a "sales" post. Reminds me of the "standard rule" that you should have 1 sales message for every 10-12 non-sales posts. Also similar to Gary V's "Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook" framework, which he refers to in the post. --- But don't rush away yet. That's just Step 1 (Trigger) in the 4 step "Hook" model, which includes Trigger, Action, Variable Reward, Investment.
marketing-tactics--social-media  analysis  strategy  frameworks-for-marketing  books-to-buy 
february 2018 by daguti
Vin Clancy's Top books for 2018 (that he already read)
My top 10 books you need to read for a massive 2018:
1. The 48 Laws Of Power - Robert Greene - The book that changed my life. Read it when I was on welfare, instantly taught me how to deal with powerful people. The laws here apply even more now I’m in Los Angeles. The most powerful book you’ll ever read

2. How To Win Friends And Influence People - Dale Carnegie - Trains you out of your natural selfishness, to actually be aware and be nice to people.

3. Non-Violent communication - Marshall Rosenberg (YouTube series or audiobook, NOT physical book) Will change the way you communicate with people, and help you distinguish truth from opinion instantly.

You won’t believe how much this will change you.

4. The Lean Startup - Eric Ries - Will stop you from making hundreds of amateur mistakes in your business, even if you have no intention of ever building a tech startup.

So many golden rules like: Build fast, get something crappy out the door quickly, don’t worry about perfection, customer feedback/sales are king

5. Product Launch Formula - Jeff Walker - The BIBLE for launching a product. I read it before launching my first book when I had NEVER sent a sales email.

I followed the formula, and that was the start of the $175k debut novel.

Powerful.

6. The Four Hour Work Week - Tim Ferriss - Still a scene classic. Popularized many, many killer ideas like: Don’t read news, the 80/20 rule, sell information, outsource your entire company, and many broader applications for living a great life.

7. Tools of Titans - Another Tim Ferriss classic. Endless golden ideas from some of the most talented in the world in business, entertainment, and everything in-between.

8. Invisible Selling Machine - Ryan Deiss - One of the most actionable marketing books I’ve ever read - So many actionable strategies in one book. Incredible.

9. The Hard Thing About Hard Things - Ben Horowitz - One of the best book ever on managing others and growing your company from idea to IPO, from arguably the smartest investor in the world.

10. The Prosperous Coach - Rich Litvin - A book that delves deep into the psychology of selling one-to-one to people that all coaches and consultants MUST read if they’re starting out.

BONUS: If you want the best growth hacking book ever?
Head to Http:// secretsaucenow. com - That one’s pretty good too ;)

Good mentors have hundreds of books in their head that they can pull from when you have a problem.

If you want me to mentor you for all of 2018? Send me a message.

Go learn!
books-to-buy  people-vincent-dignan 
january 2018 by daguti
Run for Something: A Real-Talk Guide to Fixing the System Yourself: Amanda Litman, Hillary Rodham Clinton: 9781501180446: Amazon.com: Books
Heard her on WNYC. She was Hillary Clinton's campaign email marketing manager and has some advice for getting common folk (under 35) to run for office.
books-to-buy  politics 
october 2017 by daguti
Charm Offensive - Effective Cold Email, Direct Mail and Ad Copy
This could help form the foundation of our take on Harmon Brothers style videos. (Book: "Comedy Writing for Late Night TV")
books-to-buy  marketing-tactics--shocking-or-weird  marketing-tactics--comedy-harmon-brothers 
september 2017 by daguti
What happens to websites when people die? | Internet Marketing Super Friends
In the comments Kathy Lane writes a lot of good into and mentions a book called "Your Digital Estate: Why Passwords Are As Important As Your Will"
death-dying  internet  passwords  books-to-buy 
september 2016 by daguti
Amazon.com: Breaking The Chains To Freedom eBook: Esther Adler, Adam Koubek, Lisa Athan: Kindle Store
Esther Adler, customer at RNJ wrote this. I had no idea about her background. Would love to read it.
books-to-buy  people-long-lost-friends 
may 2016 by daguti
These books about Ancient Rome have eerie echoes with today's politics
"The Republic is in danger. Populist leaders — including one of the country's richest men — are stirring up resentment among the masses against the intellectual elites in the Senate. The economy is unstable. Minor external threats are twisted in order to justify massive military campaigns. The smartest politicians are paralyzed with fear, not knowing whether to attack the populists or which one to focus their fire on first. Good men are doing nothing, and evil is about to triumph. We're talking Ancient Rome in the first century B.C. — not America in the 21st century. Still, there is much we moderns can learn from the true story of what author Robert Harris calls "arguably the most tumultuous period in history.""
ancient-world  ancient-world-rome  politics  books-to-buy 
january 2016 by daguti
Can The Best Financial Tips Fit On An Index Card? : All Tech Considered : NPR
I think this is a repost of sorts. If you look back through my 'investing' tags, I am pretty sure this story is in there along with mention of the index card. That must have been when the photo of the index card went viral.
investing  tips-n-tricks  books-to-buy 
january 2016 by daguti
Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Interesting approach to childrearing, but the way she writes (from the little I've seen) makes her come off like a bitch. I would massage the message, as well as the execution, quite a bit more.
books-to-buy  childrearing 
december 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
"Someone posted a book and link about shoulder mobility and healing that Ido recommends reading and I lost it. I wanted to buy it. Does anyone know what book that might be?" ----> Shoulder Pain? The Solution & Prevention: The Kauai Study
meetup-movnat  books-to-buy  people-ido-portal 
december 2015 by daguti
Diana Young - ...having read Brave New World again recently, it's...
books-to-buy = Lois Lowry's "The Giver", George Orwell's "Animal Farm" and Aldous Huxley's "Brave New World"
predictions  people-aldous-huxley  books-to-buy 
october 2015 by daguti
Tai Lopez - How To Conquer Your Fear and Anxiety: Book-Of-The-Day
"Scientists have also found 4 old fashioned, practical techniques that you can do today to make you less anxious and fearful."
personal-development  stress  people-tai-lopez  books-to-buy 
august 2015 by daguti
Movement Culture
How To Create Champions (Arkaev/Suchilin) - evidently a book recommended by Ido.
people-ido-portal  books-to-buy  exercise-movnat 
march 2015 by daguti
Brigitte Gabriel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"by not judging others ... we have helped create the monsters we are dealing with today" -- The more I read about her, the more I like her. However, she reminds me of Ayn Rand and the father of the Koch brothers - Someone who had something terrible happen to her at the hands of "fill in the blank" and now her entire ideology is based on fighting that one thing, rather than finding the "truth" -Still, I find her voice a refreshing breath of air in a politically-correct stifled society.
biography  people-brigitte-gabriel  quotes  books-to-buy 
december 2014 by daguti
TIL in 1974 Jane Goodall observed a social rift in a community of chimpanzees turn into a violent 4 year civil war for territory involving kidnapping, rape & murder, changing her perception of chimpanzees, it is known as the “Gombe Chimpanzee War”. :
books-to-buy = "Recently I started reading Sex and War and in there the author points out that chimpanzee troops and human gangs share alot of similarities. They form strong bonds and defend each other while fighting against other groups."
animals-monkeys  animals-acting-like-humans  evolvify-topics  crime-violence  warfare  books-to-buy 
november 2014 by daguti
Case Closed: Agatha Christie's Detective Poirot Solves His Last TV Mystery : NPR
books-to-buy = This is morphing more into a "books-to-read" tag, as I want to read these, but I don't think I want to own them.
movies-to-watch  mystery  books-to-buy 
august 2014 by daguti
Leverage Points: Places to Intervene in a System - The Donella Meadows Institute
2nd of 2 resources on systems. 1st was "Systemantics"/CoolTools bookmarked 2014-03-01 ............ 2015-09-29: I've found myself coming back to this time and again --> "The systems analysis community has a lot of lore about leverage points. Those of us who were trained by the great Jay Forrester at MIT have all absorbed one of his favorite stories. “People know intuitively where leverage points are,” he says. “Time after time I’ve done an analysis of a company, and I’ve figured out a leverage point — in inventory policy, maybe, or in the relationship between sales force and productive force, or in personnel policy. Then I’ve gone to the company and discovered that there’s already a lot of attention to that point. Everyone is trying very hard to push it IN THE WRONG DIRECTION!”" ....... "Counterintuitive. ... Leverage points are not intuitive. Or if they are, we intuitively use them backward, systematically worsening whatever problems we are ..." (saved as PDF in \media\text..\business)
large-systems  hacking  books-to-buy  explanation-simplification  me-stuff  large-systems-pushing-the-wrong-levers  counterintuitive  people-donella-meadows 
april 2014 by daguti
Does Allen Carr's 'The Easy Way to Stop Smoking' Actually Work? | Wellness | OutsideOnline.com
books-to-buy = Just using this because "books" has become more like "books-related-to" and "books-to-buy" is more like a list of books. although most of them are books I do want to read one day.
disease-addiction  books-to-buy 
march 2014 by daguti
Cool Tools – Systemantics
1st of 2 resources, the other is a blog post bookmarked 4/25/2014 with these same tags minus "gifts" ---------------------------------------------- hacking = Taking something apart, understanding it and putting it back together again. .................................. This would be a great gift for someone like Rob. --------------------------- Avail on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AK1BIDM/cooltools-20 --------------- http://www.amazon.com/dp/0961825170/cooltools-20
large-systems  hacking  books-to-buy  explanation-simplification  gifts  me-stuff 
march 2014 by daguti
Dragnet Nation: A Quest for Privacy, Security, and Freedom in a World of Relentless Surveillance: Julia Angwin: 9780805098075: Amazon.com: Books
I heard a 2 second thing about this on NPR. Not even sure if it is talking about P2P (person to person) privacy or P2G (person to gov) privacy, but I figured I'd bookmark it for now.
books-to-buy  projects-stalking 
march 2014 by daguti
The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book): Don Miguel Ruiz: 9781878424310: Amazon.com: Books
Guy Kawasaki quoted this on Facebook today: "Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama."
books-to-buy  personal-development 
february 2014 by daguti
How Scarcity Trap Affects Our Thinking, Behavior : NPR
This is Butler to a T: "In a study looking at poor farmers in India, for example, the researchers found that farmers tended to be better planners and thinkers when they were flush with cash. But right before harvest, when they were strapped for cash, Mullainathan says their brains focused only on short-term goals."
books-to-buy  resources-scarcity  time  money  brain  psychology 
february 2014 by daguti
Tip o’ the Morning to Ya – Visualizing Your Goals
filmmaking = The main story about Steven Spielberg. .............................................. success, books-to-buy = "Tom Corley understands the difference between being rich and poor. At age 9 his family went from being multi-millionaires to broke in just one night. For five years, Tom studied the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and 128 people living in poverty. He discovered there is a difference the size of the Grand Canyon between the daily habits of the wealthy and the poor. During his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots”. The culmination of his research can be found in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals (www.RichHabits.net)."
filmmaking  books-to-buy  success 
february 2014 by daguti
onPoint Tactical • STRATEGY: The Art of Creating Power
"Successful teams are always outcome focused. The end is fixed, the means are flexible."
strategy  books-to-buy 
december 2013 by daguti
Tab Clear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Post-discontinuation section, mentions a book "Killing Giants: 10 Strategies to Topple the Goliath in Your Industry" by Stephen Denny
history-business  books-to-buy  strategy 
november 2013 by daguti
Breeding the Nutrition Out of Our Food - NYTimes.com
Selective breeding, for heartiness or plant-disease-resistance, has changed the nutrient content of our food for the worse. .... See the tips at the end of the article. Last 4-6 paragraphs, not including the last 2. ...... books-to-buy = "Eating On The Wild Side"
evolvify-topics  food  agriculture  books-to-buy  health  warnings 
september 2013 by daguti
Bloodstains The Book | H.H.Holmes was Jack the Ripper
Also see "The Strange Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes" by John Borowski. As of Aug 2013, neither of these books is available on BCCLS. Haven't checked JerseyCat.
books-to-buy  crime-serial-killers 
august 2013 by daguti
Fat Head » Review: The poor, misunderstood calorie
From the article: "carb-rich foods are easily over-eaten, producing a positive energy balance. The accompanying elevations in insulin cause net fat storage … Maybe all calories are calories, but not all calories are equally obesogenic."
diet  meetup-movnat  books-to-buy 
july 2013 by daguti
Cool Tools – So Good They Can’t Ignore You
All reviews of Cool Tools on this site are written by readers who have actually used the tool and others like it.
personal-development  books-to-buy  childrearing  life-what-should-i-do-with 
june 2013 by daguti
Jon Ronson: WATCH: The Story of a Man Who Faked Insanity
Becoming a psychopath-spotter can turn you a bit psychopathic because it compels you to start reducing people to items on a checklist -- to their maddest edges.
health-mental  tedtalks  psychology-sociopath-psychopath  books-to-buy  disease-mental-illness  video 
march 2013 by daguti
Housebuilding for Children 2nd ed: Step-By-Step Guides For Houses Children Can Build Themselves: Lester R. Walker: 9781585679065: Amazon.com: Books
Housebuilding for Children 2nd ed: Step-By-Step Guides For Houses Children Can Build Themselves [Lester R. Walker] on Amazon.com. *FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. A favorite of kids and parents since the 1970s, Housebuilding for Children offers step-by-step illustrated instructions for building six different houses with a description of the necessary tools and equipment. Youngsters will learn the joy of buying and using their own tools
cool-tools  toys  children  gifts  books-to-buy 
march 2013 by daguti
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