I’m back from Israel with another round of great articles!
I didn’t post a Weekend Reading last week, because it turns out that the internet isn’t too great where I was staying.
We’re getting ready to do some more traveling for the long weekend coming up.
Before I go, here are some great reads…
Why I Quit Caring About My Credit Score [The Simple Dollar]
If you believe everything you read about your credit score, you’d think it was the most important component of your financial health. If you think about it, it's not that important, unless you want more debt.
9 Ways to Be Frugal Without Being Cheap [Frugal Rules]
These are some great and unique ways to be smart with your money. Frugal vs cheap is a difficult balance for many. Here are 9 ways we’re frugal without being cheap so we can enjoy the life we want without being misers.
The Powerful Productivity Secrets of Tim Ferriss [Asian Efficiency]
I'm a Tim Ferriss fan, so I know most of the points here, but they're well laid out and a great intro to Tim if you aren't familiar with the things he preaches and practices.
What Ike’s Secret D-Day Letter Shows Us About Leadership [Michael Hyatt]
A draft letter by Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Dwight Eisenhower shows us what kind of leadership it took to invade at Normandy on June 6, 1944. He didn’t take victory for granted and was fully prepared to take the blame if his plan failed.
10 Ways to Do an Information Detox [A Life of Productivity]
Takeaway: You are what you pay attention to. By consuming more valuable information, you become more productive and creative. Here are 10 ways to do so. These are useful action steps you can use to get rid of the junk information in your life.
How to Better Manage Your Energy, Time, And Attention to Achieve Peak Performance [Thrive Global]
Managing your energy is so much more important than managing your time. Have you heard "work smarter, not harder"? That's exactly what this is all about.
10 Tiny Ways To Massively Level Up And Transform Your Life [The Mission]
Point #2: "Develop Flexibility. Find a way to respond positively to things that are difficult, and unexpected. A great way to do this is to copy what improve artists do; never say No, But…always say, Yes, And!"