“I found that to be some of the most valuable advice I've ever come across in this business.” Mr. Russell wrote about this idea several times a number of years ago, and it’s always kind of stuck in the back of my mind.
While maybe not as much as more sales-oriented types, I suppose I’m guilty of this myself. But to be honest, it’s not always as simple as “not believing your own bullshit.” There are risks involved that some people are willing to take and should take, while others are not and should not. That may be because of different financial circumstances, different life situations (e.g. single vs. having a family), different perspectives on risk itself, or all of the above. So not doing what one recommends to others is not always a matter of being hypocritical, of “not believing your own bullshit.”
But, summer, especially this summer, being a good ... Log in or subscribe to continue reading.
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