Professional athletes have unique financial planning needs due to the amount and timing of their earning careers. Athletes with their families should create a financial plan spanning their playing career, transition post playing career and their long term life goals.
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June 18, 2019
Halfway through “The CEO Next Door” by Elena Botelho, Kim Powell and Tahl Raz and it is a great one. Available on Audible.com.
— CNBC (@CNBC) May 20, 2019
Our Top Secret Pancake Recipe
June 18, 2019
Put out a challenge for any mix combinations that are better than our top secret recipe (okay probably not as secret now).
1. Robby’s Pancake mix from William Sonoma. And yes, you have to use buttermilk and not milk.
2. See’s Candies Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips.
3. Ripe bananas pureed and then blended with the pancake mix.
April 9, 2019
If you had 15 minutes with a Nobel Laureate, what would you ask?
— The Nobel Prize (@NobelPrize) March 7, 2019
February 13, 2019
“The organization will let you work on whatever you want to work on. You just have to make sure you are working on things only you can work on… Certainly true if you are going through a period of tremendous scrutiny or big changes… You have to set time aside to make sure you know where you are.” Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf, minute 22.
Mr. Mollenkopk’s words had a big impact on me as an entrepreneur as there are no shortage of items that need attention. His comments bring clarity to how to prioritize tasks to determine what needs should be delegated versus owned. End goal is efficiency as to avoid burnout as one scales mountains.
Case Study: Group Flow
January 21, 2019
Louis Gerstner wrote a fascinating book about his turnaround of IBM in the 90’s. One lesson I took away from Who Says Elephants Can’t Dance (available on Audible.com) was that Gerstner made no decisions initially, but rather spent time talking with his different divisions. His approach relates to author Steven Kotler’s statement about what Google was seeking in a CEO: “to let go of his ego, merge with the team…” Only when Gerstner had a clear idea of IBM’s needs across the organization, did he then proceed to right the ship.
Stealing Fire by Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal is available on Audible.com.
How Google used Burning Man to find a CEO who was familiar with group flow pic.twitter.com/saUgEX2q2r
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) January 19, 2019
Forget Successes Immediately.
January 21, 2019
IAC Chairman and media legend Barry Diller: "One of the ways you guard against arrogance is to forget success. So I just always tried to brush it clean. Sometimes successfully."
— Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) January 19, 2019
Finite verus Infinite Game
January 2, 2019
“They also make the very clever shift away from seeing those in their industry as competitors and rather see them as rivals. A competitor is someone you want to beat. And the obsession again is too much on the finite. What are the metrics, how are we going to get ahead of them? A rival is someone who’s strengths reveals to you your weaknesses. So to see those in your industry and admire where they are better than you, instead of trying to beat them, you look at where your weaknesses are, and improve. It’s constant improvement.” -Simon Sinek
Finite and Infinite Games by James Carse is a very interesting book and available on Audible. The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek is scheduled to be released June 6, 2019. Can’t wait!
December 15, 2018
Wine is a strong acidic beverage with a pH between 3 and 4. A great book on wine is The Billionaire’s Vinegar by Benjamin Wallace which is available on Audible.com.
These are the best ways to consume wine — according to a wine expert pic.twitter.com/xTdGcLrN7b
— Business Insider (@businessinsider) November 9, 2018