There are number of reasons to blog. Below are 14 great reasons to have a blog.
#1. A Creative Space
Everyone should build in time though out the day to be creative. This site allows me to do just that.
Some people paint or draw in their spare time. Like those activities, blogging is a good way to be creative and create something new.
I don’t write every day. Fortunately, I’m able to be creative at work too. But if you don’t have an occupation that allows for creativity in your role (like accountants who can go to jail for being too creative), a blog is a great outlet. Continue reading “More than 14 Reasons to Write a Blog”
Identifying stakeholders is a key step of project initiation. Listing all stakeholders in a register is an easy and effective way of tracking them. This register will come in handy throughout the rest of your project, especially when assessing communications and risks. Continue reading “Stakeholder Register in Project Management”
Today I’m writing about Prudential’s Asset Allocation tool, and how it amazed me.
If you don’t know what an asset allocation quiz is, it’s a tool that financial intuitions created to provide advice on how to invest. These tools are often designed as a series of short questions about your investment horizon, risk tolerance and investment goals. Based on how you answer the questions, the tool will tell you how you should allocate your investments.
Up until now, I always considered these tools to be worthless. I know a fair amount about investing, and the results I got from these were always too conservative.
A murder board usually refers a process where a committee of senior managers and/or subject matter experts scrutinize projects as a part of the project selection process. The committee attempts to stop (or murder) a project before it’s undertaken.
There are a few times in the life of an investor when the stars align and you find a trade that you’re confident will earn nice return. I’m 38 years old, and I’ve been investing since I was 18. This trade is only the second time in my life that I feel I found an investment that will easily outperform the S&P 500 over next several years.
Yesterday a picture of a Die Hard Christmas ornament circulated the internet. That picture is on the right.
Thi is from the scene when our hero, John McClane, is crawling through the ventilation shafts in the Nakatomi Building. Terrorists have taken over of a company Christmas party that McClane’s wife invited him to. Being a bad ass cop from New York, McClane decides to take out the group of terrorists (crawling through vents and losing his shoes in the process).
Die Hard is a Christmas Movie
As a child of the 1980’s, I consider Die Hard is one of the best Christmas movies of all time. When I saw this DIY ornament online, I immediately wanted to create one. So I did!
On 11/30/2016, the US Senate approved the Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act. It will now go to President Obama for his signature. He is expected to sign it into law before he leaves office.
The Program Management Improvement and Accountability Act
A couple of days after Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, his transition team announced that it plans to “dismantle the Dodd-Frank Act”. If accomplished, this will be a big win for the Big Banks. Continue reading “It’s The Big Banks Time To Shine”