Monthly Archives: November 2013

Our Banking System is in Shambles

Several years ago the taxpayers of this nation bailed out several large banks in denominations so large they are nearly impossible to comprehend.  (http://projects.propublica.org/bailout/list )  The idea was that we needed to “prop them up” or get them “back on … Continue reading

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Why Private Family Banking

A couple of years ago I was in Atlanta at the Metalcon Convention.  My brother was along with me and we were looking for ways to build our sheet metal business.  We each learned quite a bit from the show … Continue reading

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Random Ramblings

I heard somewhere that November is some type of blogging month.  You’re supposed to write 1,000 every day of the month for some reason.  To me that would begin to scare readers away.  I mean what could one possibly write … Continue reading

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Bucket List

Do you have a bucket list?  I didn’t, or at least not formally.  I suppose there are things I would love to do but I’ve not intentionally created a list.  This came up over the last week or two while … Continue reading

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The next steps.

This week has been rather rough.  I have been unable to accomplish any of the goals I set out to do.  It is rather depressing as a commissioned salesman when all you get is no’s.  Fortunately I was able to … Continue reading

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