Post From Millionaire DoJo
Persistence Is The Key To Success And Wealth
Something I find myself doing from time to time is looking back on my life and wondering where I’d be right now if I hadn’t given up on things. I don’t think it’s very useful to dwell on the past too much, but it is interesting to think about how things could’ve gone.
For instance, I could’ve pursued a number of professional sports if I wanted to. I started playing baseball when I was 5 years old and played until I was 15. I started doing gymnastics when I was about 8.
I also could have pursued professional skateboarding had I kept doing it from the age of 10. I probably avoided a lot of broken bones by giving up that hobby though.
Clare: BROUGHT FORWARD @ FRANK'S REQUEST..
DELTA said (Post #210) 11/19 Thread ... FRANKIEEEEEEEEEE
"The currency structuring project, when it was first floated, faced many objections. It was postponed to be launched again in 2014 and started to be implemented," said Abdulkarim Hassan, general manager of the issue and treasury, in an interview with NAS today (November 19, 2018). A new reason to postpone it."
"Hassan explained that "the draft currency structure aims to delete three zeros to turn the category of a thousand dinars to one dinar, while replacing the thousand dinars in the place of one million dinars." He pointed out that "the project allows the printing of new categories of dinar and half dinars down to deal with the bank.
"He stressed that "the idea is integrated and there is a comprehensive study and the project does not need to apply," stressing that
"this project must be implemented despite the obstacles that led to the postponement."
Your Financial Family Tree: What Our Parents Teach Us About Money
By J.D. Roth —19 November 2018
Last weekend, Kim and I flew to Utah for a reunion with friends from the 2016 chautauqua in Ecuador. While in Salt Lake City, we met up with Jesse Mecham (the founder of You Need a Budget), visited Utah Olympic Park, and attended a Sunday morning performance of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Our group also spent an entire afternoon at the Mormon Family History Library, where we explored our genealogy. Not everyone was enthused about researching their family tree at first, but eventually even those who thought the exercise would be lame found themselves wrapped in it.