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Retirement Habits

You’re probably well aware that car insurance rates for young people are very high. This isn’t surprising, given that they’re inexperienced and more likely to get into accidents. They may be able to drive a car, but there’s a difference between that and really knowing how to drive a car. They have to think about split-second decisions, whereas an experienced driver does so automatically.

How to Transition Into Retirement

Ready! Set! Reinvent! That’s the title of our new two-module, 12-lesson course on the topic of pre-retirement. Retirement is something that requires a lot of planning, and if you’re thinking you will be retiring in the next few years, there are five key things to consider to help you plan.

Connectivity 2.0: The New Normal

We have changed the way we’ve done things over the last month or so, one of them is how we shop for groceries.  As we phase back into the economy,

Which Game Are You Playing With Your Money?

Board games and card games can be a whole lot of fun, and they can be especially appealing when you’re looking for something to do on these cold winter nights, but don’t want to leave the house. Of course, they’re not very much fun if you’re playing with the wrong set of rules or if you’re just confused about how to play the game.

Are You In Charge of Your Retirement?

In the military, you always know who’s in charge and who’s in control. There’s a chain of command that everyone understands, there are orders to follow, and strict accountability for following those orders. It makes things clear because the “who, what, when, where, and why” are laid out for you.

How We Consume Knowledge Through Technology

A few years ago, I read a book with a sort of funny title called, Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer. I think that was back in 2011. The book discusses a concept known as memory palaces. I won’t take you too far down into this, but it theorizes about how ancient civilizations and even more modern people, before printed books became common, passed down stories

Untethered Virtual Worlds

I recently attended the Abundance 360 conference and virtual reality (VR) is one of the things we explored. You may have seen the movie, Ready Player One, which came out in early 2018. The movie follows a particular young man in the virtual world, doing many astounding things. He returns to this horrible life in what amounts to a vertical trailer park, for lack of a better way to put it. Hollywood has a way of playing those things out to get the maximum entertainment value from them.

Artificial Intelligence Now and Into the Future

Remember going paperless? I kind of laugh at that because it seems as if we’ve got even more paper now than we did before. But I know that’s not really true because you have your smartphones and tablet devices and you don’t typically print things off of those. You’re doing more things digitally with no paper associated with them at all. But paper is still with us and probably will be around for a long time to come.

The Super Credibility Curve

“We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years and underestimate the change that will occur in the next 10.” That’s a quote from Bill Gates and it applies to a number of different trends and situations, but I’m thinking about Blockchain, in particular. Other things in the past, such as railroads back in the 1830s and dotcoms in the late ‘90s, among others, are examples of this tendency to overestimate and underestimate the magnitude of change.

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