Control The Contollables

| March 26, 2018
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Thought of the Day

There are few things an investor can control and the movement of the markets certainly are not one of them.

This is why my concept of the Investor & Character Equation applies to all facets of life, especially investing.

Your response to market gyrations, such as last weeks 6% decline ARE within your control.

Another area well within your control is SAVING money.

The process of saving money can be reframed from a limitation to an opportunity if you realize one simple truth:

Living below your current means *increases* your future means. Living beyond your current means *decreases* your future means.

Flip the script and delay gratification and meet that head-on daily!

As Jocko Willink says, “Discipline equals freedom.”


Stay Tuned, Disciplined & Patient! {TJM}

The Investor & Character Equation (ICE) | S + R = O


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