Run My Life For Me
Hi! My name is Rob and I created this website because my friend Kim is always asking me for advice. One day she asked, “Can’t you just run my life for me?” I was very flattered, but I’ve probably learned more from my friend than she has from me. Anyway, read this more like a journal of my experience and less like expert advice. Enjoy!
I’ve never been one to keep a journal. However, one of my goals for 2021 has been to start recording my thoughts in one.
Get Together is a collection of everything the authors have learned about creating real in-person connection and communities.
In this episode of Farnam Street’s “The Knowledge Project,” Seth Godin talks about work and creativity.
A little book series by CPA Mike Piper that has been helpful in understanding personal finance fundamentals.
My go-to site for reviews on banks, loans, investments, and all things financial products.
Taxes take some time to understand, but once you do you’ll keep a lot more of your income (so you can give it away or save it).
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, you fall flat on your face. Sometimes you fail so hard you fall into a deep pit of despair. How will you ever recover?
Do you have regrets? I have regrets. Why do I have them? Because I stopped doing something I loved when it got hard.
In this Ted Talk, Elizabeth Gilbert says that the core of our identity does not lie in our successes and failures.
The Enneagram has helped me understand who I am and why I do what I do.
There are a lot of personality assessments out there, and I’ve taken a lot of them, but CliftonStrengths has been one of the most impactful for me.
What makes Goldsmith different from other leadership gurus is, even though he seems like a really nice guy, he’s not here to tell you it’s not your fault.