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Alternative Assets and the “Average” Accredited Investor Installment #2

Meet Bob, Michele, David, and Isabella Meet Bob (and  Michele, David, and Isabella) Bob lives in Middle America, where he owns a nice house in a middle-class neighborhood and drives […]

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alternative assets

Alternative Assets and the “Average” Accredited Investor Installment #1

Who Is This Series For? This series of articles is written for the average “accredited investor.” An “accredited investor” is a legal term that refers to anyone (a) whose net […]

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cost of clutter

The Cost of Clutter: Physical, Emotional and Digital

How Much is Clutter Actually Costing You? What if I told you that digital and physical clutter negatively impact your productivity and performance? Similar to multitasking, clutter of all types overloads […]

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trump 1984

So. Much. Winning. Let’s Party Like It’s 1984

The S&P 500 fell 2.3% and the Dow fell 2.2% on Friday. Is the sky falling? Look, short-term market swings do not define an economy. On the other hand, a […]

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best food documentaries

Ten Best Food Documentaries: Sustainable and Beyond

Get Smart with the Ten Best Food Documentaries I am a sucker for a good food documentary. I love to learn more about how our food is made, how it […]

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weekly meal planning

Being Fit and Healthy Starts with Weekly Meal Planning

Weekly Meal Planning for a Healthier You and a Happier Bank Account Being fit and healthy impacts more than just clothing size. Research has shown that employees with a healthy […]

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consuming more protein

Is Our Obsession with Consuming More Protein Killing Us?

Consuming More Protein Is Consuming Us Walk down a grocery aisle, or do a quick Google search on weight loss, and you will be inundated with low carb, high protein […]

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eat to live

Eat to Live: This Article Might Just Save Your Life

The Health Benefits are Endless When You Eat to Live Part of my role as a private equity investor is to devour information on food and agriculture. Why? To make […]

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losing power at home

Losing Power at Home: A Personal Struggle

Losing Power at Home We recently experienced losing power at home, specifically our gas-powered heat,  for a few days while away on vacation. In the aftermath, I got to thinking […]

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creating healthy soil

Creating Healthy Soil: “Kiss the Ground” Reveals the Future of Food

Creating Healthy Soil Saves More than Plants When I first picked up Josh Tickell’s latest book, “Kiss the Ground,” last November, I thought it was going to be a book […]

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