The Dig (Alan Dean Foster) – it was an OK book, but not a great one.
lksdcvn's Life List
1. read at least 12 new books
2. visit all 50 states
3. Write a will
4. try geocaching
5. move up the corporate ladder
6. Get a PhD
7. see the northern lights
8. learn to play the harmonica
9. clean out the garage
10. renew my passport
11. figure out what i want to do with my life
13. learn to ride a motorcycle
14. Run a 5k race
15. write a book... a good book that people will want to read
16. get published
17. Learn to play the drums
18. buy a bike
19. read a book a month
20. complain less
21. wake up when my alarm clock goes off
22. get braces
A couple of buds and I created a LLC and purchased a local B&G that has been running successfully since the early 1980’s-
I am a silent partner and don’t work there, but I stop down to see how things are going from time to time and we will be having our ‘end of year’ meeting to see how things went (fingers crossed).
Two of the partners (including me) offered financial support and the other guy runs the place – so it worked out for us all.
It is a lot of work – so be prepared for some ups and downs along the way!
I finished Everyday Cheapskate by Mary Hunt – (http://www.amazon.com/Everyday-Cheapskates-Greatest-Tips-Strategies/dp/0762423358) last night – a good guide on how to cut costs on stuff you spend money on everyday – I am a frugal person – borderline cheap – but you wouldn’t know it from my lifestyle…
It was a gift from the holidays -
Starting my second book which is on making strong connections and building successful networks