I’m starting to see a trend with the second quarter of each year for me…it is ridiculously busy. In 2016, my wife and I had our wedding. In 2017, we attended a few weddings, purchased a “new” used car, and oh yeah, we purchased our first home! Life truly comes at you fast, and that was a statement that I never truly appreciated until recently. So much can change in the blink of an eye, it makes you realize that you have to make sure you enjoy as much of it as possible before it is too late. With the second quarter in the rear view mirror, Lanny and I take some time to assess our progress towards knocking out the goals we set for ourselves at the beginning of the year. Here is my Q2 2017 Goals review!
Here we are. The first book review EVER posted on this website and I could not think of a better book to begin with. Finally, after many references on other blogs and suggestions in forums, I decided to read “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley, PHD and Willian Danko, PHD. It amazes me that it has taken me THIS long to read the book, but I guess it is better late than never, right? One of my goals in 2017 was to read more books, so this seemed like a great place to start. Here are some of my thoughts on the book.
With income summaries out the door, it is time to check up on my progress towards knocking out my 2017 goals. Each quarter, I like to review my progress to determine if I need to change any habits or re-allocate resources to another area before it is too late. Reviewing my March dividend income figures has me very excited to perform this review and see how I am progressing along. So let’s dive on in and perform my Q1 2017 goals review!
This one is out of left field, I know, but I’ve been thinking about this a lot recently. It is a phrase that almost everyone states or thinks, but rarely acts on. How many have you said ….”I need to read more.” Well, over the past few months, I have been trying to act on this phrase a lot more and follow through with the whole reading thing. This article isn’t rocket science nor am I sharing the secret to investing or life. I just wanted to share my experience with you and see if you have any tips to help keep me reading at night.