The best of the week . . .
If you twitter, you should go press that button over there to follow me on twitter. If you don’t follow or don’t twitter or follow so many people that watching your twitter feed is like looking into the matrix, here are some of the highlights you may have missed:
How a Financial Pro Lost His House is a superb first person story of how one man, who knew better, got caught up in the housing bubble and the fallout that he and his family lived through. I especially like his explanation of how his experience has changed the advice he gives and the way he sees the role of personal needs in people’s financial decisions.
Thanksgiving as Day to Shop Meets Rejection. Retailers may finally have pushed Black Friday too far. Yay!
I don’t know if I should be frightened or encouraged that there are more children like my sons out there: The Alternate Dimension My Son Calls Reality.
Know Yourself – Self Awareness and Change: “There is a famous Zen saying, ‘You are perfect as you are, and you could use a little work.’”
We Can All Be Job Creators. I love Howard Schultz’s idea for creating a simple way for Starbucks customers to help provide money for loans for small businesses while picking up the morning latte.
And finally, I think I am in love with Les Floyd, a blogger I found recently. Here are two great posts from him:
We Might Be Giants and With Friends Like These
If you have any good links you’d like to share, share! (And don’t forget to follow me on Twitter. The button’s right over on the left just waiting to be pressed.)