I read 100 books in 2018. Here’s a look at my overall favorites that you should check out along with a few tips on how to read more in 2019.
While 2017 was a whirlwind year (got married, moved to Utah, started blogging), my theme for 2018 has been expansion. Expansion in the sense of taking on way more than I can handle, but also pruning things down to what I care most about. The year started with Mrs. Minafi and I moving into a new apartment […]
As I mentioned in my post last week, I’m officially leaving my job. I’m optimistic about our financial situation in this change, but the day-to-day change will be a larger concern. I’ll be moving from a structured life, with a job setting guard rails and times to be at specific places into an unknown schedule […]
Are you a morning person? Chances are you’re not. Some reports say roughly 20% of people consider themselves “morning people” or “night people” – with the remaining 80% being somewhere in the middle. Even those that do have a morning ritual don’t typically do it by choice. Most do so for external purposes and only […]
Each quarter I lay out a bunch of goals I want to tackle. For this quarter, I’m aiming to get healthy, write a book and create an interactive guide to investing.
In Q2 I set very ambitious goals – explore Utah, be healthy, make money, draw more visitors to Minafi. In retrospect, my wording on these goals didn’t align with what excites me most – creating and teaching. Here’s how I did on these goals and what I learned from the experience.
What do you want your life to be? One way to understand that is to create a list of the 101 things that you want to shape your life. Here are 101 (well 109) things that I want to focus on in my life.
You don’t need to be a master to accomplish your goals. Spending all of your time perfecting one aspect can hold you back when you need a diverse skill set to delivery.
For the next 3 months, I’m planning to focus on exploring Utah, monetizing Minafi and increasing traffic. Rather than setting monthly goals, the hope it to use these for a quarter. Let’s see how it goes!
For March, I concentrated on trying public transportation in Salt Lake City to see if I enjoyed using it as part of my everyday schedule. This meant taking anywhere from 2 public legs to 7 on a single day. It quickly revealed what I like and what I don’t like about travel.