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Journal Club 7-16-21

Journal Club 7-16-21

July 16, 2021 • 2 Min Read

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Here's Journal Club 7/16/21! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!

  • If you ever read the book “Your network is your net worth” by Porter Gale, you'd agree that networking is an invaluable skill that can benefit you in ways you never imagined. Meaningful connections help people to thrive no matter which industry they serve. Networking your way to success might sound simple, but it's not necessarily easy. It takes a good deal of preparation to walk into a room full of professionals and create a lasting impression. Looking for some tips to polish your networking skills? Check out this article, Top Networking Tips: What to Do at Events & Online on the Young and the Invested.
  • Is it possible to train your mind to be successful? What separates a successful entrepreneur from a struggling entrepreneur? Do you think the answer to that lies in your mindset? Melanie Benson shares a few tips to rewire your internal entrepreneurial blueprint to go from struggling to thriving in the article, How High Earners THINK Differently
  • What comes to your mind when you hear the term “high-income earner”? Someone who makes six figures, has no financial struggles, saves more for retirement, but is that really the case? Have you been thinking about saving more but not sure how to go about it? Take a look at this article, High Income Earners: Why You're Not Saving Enough and How to Save More by Personal Capital. This article talks about everyday savings struggles and offers some solutions to get your finances back on track.
  • Ever wonder why achieving work-life balance is so much harder or even nonexistent for many? It's not because people don't have the desire to spend time with their families or to do things that drive them. According to Nathan Brooks, such balance doesn't exist in the way most people picture it. It requires certain flexibility and mindfulness to enjoy the littlest of things around you. Interested in learning more? Read this article, Work-Life balance is a lie on Bigger Pockets.  

That’s all, folks. I hope you enjoyed this week’s journal club. 

Read anything interesting this week? Please feel free to share them in the comments below!

Disclaimer: The topic presented in this article is provided as general information and for educational purposes. It is not a substitute for professional advice. Accordingly, before taking action, consult with your team of professionals.

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