As a parent the hardest thing to do is not to be a hypocrite. You tell your kids to do one thing – the right thing – but you don’t stick to your own advice. Often the right thing is more difficult than the wrong one. This is very human of us: we want our kids to be better versions of ourselves, and maybe our kids end up making us incrementally better people. The same is true for writing: not all writers follow their own advice.
This article is probably the most hypocritical article I ever wrote. But at the same time it is the most aspirational one, too. I know that I’d benefit from reading it a few times a year. I have implemented a lot of things I talk about in my life but not all. I have shared this piece with my readers before, but it is worth sharing at least once a year.
Read it here: A Few Simple Rules For Money Managers