Investment decisions are difficult to make, because we’re inclined to ignore the obvious.
It makes sense, when you can only control one thing, to have a very good understanding of it.
Until I saw this video, I thought that what my mother taught me fifty-odd years ago was the only way to tie my shoelaces right. It turns out I was wrong all that time.
I want to bring to your attention ideas from elsewhere that I think are useful, without any filtering by me. Here’s the first, from Scott Belsky. He says: ‘In our careers and in our work, we can only get a few things right, so we need to choose what we focus on purposefully.’ – and I totally agree.