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On Complexity, Diminishing Returns, and Personal Finance (Part 2)

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Welcome Back Welcome to part 2 of my 3 part series examining the ROI of the various major investment decisions that I made over the past decade while building my nest egg. For those of you just joining us, we’re backtesting 5 decisions I made on an investor who starts saving 10% of their $10k […]

Agile Everywhere: How to Cope with Change at Work

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - An Overview of Applying Agile Methods to Your Work A guest post on Flipping Heck I’ve spent about a decade leading so-called “agile” teams to build software under conditions of extreme uncertainty.  Over that time, I’ve learned that agile techniques aren’t just for tech teams. They can make anyone more effective at work, whether or […]

Why the Rays unique approach to starting pitching makes sense

Posted By ryanjennings on Sports

https://baseballwithrj.com - A few weeks ago, the Tampa Bay Rays began to question the traditional usage a multi-inning pitcher to start MLB games in a very public way. Rather than beginning the proceedings with a hurler capable of facing an opposing lineup multiple times, Rays manager Kevin Cash opted to start Sergio Romo, normally a reliever used […]
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It’s All in the Family

Posted By ryanjennings on Sports

https://baseballwithrj.com - When the Giants called up Dereck Rodriquez, the son of Hall of Famer Pudge Rodriguez to its major league team, it was just the latest of father-son and even grandfather-father-son connections in major league baseball. Sure, the family name and heritage plays a role in all sports but when it happens in baseball, it brings back fond memories and marks the passage of…
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Pre-Requisite Skills for a Forklift Mechanic

Posted By forklift1120 on Automotive

https://accurateforklift.net - When you go searching for forklifts for sale, it is important to deal with a dealer that gives you comprehensive
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Do The Right Thing: A How To Guide

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Introduction: When You Don’t Know What You “Should” Be Doing In my previous post “How to Achieve Your Goals: Four Steps to a Personal Epiphany” I discussed in detail how to research, break down, and create an action plan to do any of those things that you know you “should” be doing but that you […]

Important Safety Signs for Your Warehouse

Posted By forklift1120 on Automotive

https://accurateforklift.net - Proper training needs to be reinforced by appropriate safety signs to reduce or eliminate accidents. Protecting workers, subcontractors, and visitors
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Tips to Improving your Forklift Battery’s Life Span

Posted By forklift1120 on Automotive

https://accurateforklift.net - The use of electric forklifts has increased over the last decade due to the rising fuel costs and environmental awareness.
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The Secret Weapon: A Review of Complice on LifeDev

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - The Secret Sauce Behind this Site Complice is my accomplice in productivity and effectiveness. Over the past 6 months, I’ve been working on “It Can Be Easily Done” using a really helpful online todo list/journal hybrid called Complice. Well, the secret is out… check out my guest review of Complice on LifeDev to learn more about […]

In a crowded AL West, the Oakland Athletics are flying under the radar

Posted By ryanjennings on Sports

https://baseballwithrj.com - It’s tough to standout as a fourth-place team, but the Oakland Athletics are used to the underdog role. The A’s have, in recent history, been forced to make the most of having less than their opponents. They are doing it again in 2018, but with players that are worth paying attention to this time. First […]
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On Complexity, Diminishing Returns, and Personal Finance (Part 3)

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - The Final Frontier? In the previous two sections (part 1 and part 2), we considered the relative impact of my financial decision over the past decade on my net worth. Most of the advice was pretty standard and the results were only mildly surprising. Today I’m going to wrap up this series with a few […]

On Complexity, Diminishing Returns, and Personal Finance (Part 1)

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - Intro: The Pareto Principle Applied Today I’m going to switch up my approach and instead of writing another guide, create a multi-part personal case study. Over the past decade and a half I’ve been fascinated by personal finance and investing and have read dozens (probably hundreds) of books, papers, and articles on the topic. I’ve […]

How to Achieve Your Goals: Four Steps to a Personal Epiphany

Posted By wdhaines on Self Improvement

https://www.itcanbeeasilydone.com - “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down and do it.” – Me last year “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down and do it.” – Me today “I already know what I need to do. I just need to buckle down […]

The Home Run Epidemic: Magic Baseballs Mysteriously Fly Farther

Posted By ryanjennings on Sports

https://baseballwithrj.com - Embed from Getty Images If you’ve been a baseball fan for any amount of time, you’ve likely already noticed a surprising little mystery we might call the “home run epidemic.” Not an official name, of course, but it says everything there is to say. Rather, it points to the question lots of insiders and even…
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