Do What You Love in 2013

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Happy New Year!  Now that the parties are over, it’s time to review your achievements from last year, the things you want to do better, and what you’re no longer going to do.

But how do you know whether these goals are leading you to a place you want to go?

With that in mind, here is a great article to get your mind going now that your hangover is subsiding: How To Do What You Love (Paul Graham)

Finding work you love is very difficult. Most people fail. Even if you succeed, it’s rare to be free to work on what you want till your thirties or forties. But if you have the destination in sight you’ll be more likely to arrive at it. If you know you can love work, you’re in the home stretch, and if you know what work you love, you’re practically there.

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The Root of All Evil?

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Red Eyes Black BackgroundMoney! Money is the root of all evil. Right?

Wrong.

Maybe it’s a pet peeve of mine. But this phrase just irritates me to no end. It’s one thing to misquote someone…happens to everyone. But before using any statement as a basis for any argument, check the facts. Especially if you’re representing the Occupy Wall Street movement on a national broadcast…just sayin’.

This quote comes from the Bible; specifically passage 1 Timothy 6:10.

For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows. – King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.)

So…the root of all evil is? The LOVE OF money. It is how YOU think and act towards money that is good or evil. Money is just an object – something we use to exchange goods and services.

I often wonder how…

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2011-02-18 – Last Trading Day before Options Expire

Any opportunities out there for short term covered calls? I’ve been traveling this week, so access to my account was limited. No worries though…there will be more opportunities.

December Paper Income – DRN Dividend

Using covered calls to supplement dividend investing is a strategy that I have tried in the past. My DRN trades were not made with that strategy in mind, but who doesn’t like a little extra income for Christmas?

  • DRN Dividend Ex Date: Dec-22-2010
  • DRN Dividend Record Date: Dec-27-2010
  • DRN Dividend Pay Date: Dec-30-2010
  • DRN Dividend Amount Current: $ 0.0542

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Investing for Cashflow – Up and at ’em

Well…it is official.

I have reached the next step in my journey towards financial independence: public shaming!

Only joking.  Actually, I’m really looking forward to sharing my successes, failures, and lessons learned on this blog.  I know there are people out there who are further along in their journey, as well as those that are just started.

To that end, this site will focus on generating paper income from online investing.  Sure, I have other things in the works, but those are for a different site.

For now, lets just have some fun making money!

TK

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