So that’s it. One quarter of the year is done, and a new quarter begins. How’d you do? Did you just meet expectations set forth in the 4th quarter of 2009? Or did you beat expectations and prove to your shareholders and yourself that you’re investment worthy? Executives of public companies go through this thought process all the time, and so should you.
There’s never been a better time than right now to go through all the clutter in the house and donate it all away. Clutter should drive you nuts, because it’s a sign of excess. Why do you need 7 pairs of jeans, 50 pairs of shoes, and all those magazines? You don’t! I don’t and I’m very disappointed in myself for accumulating so much junk over the years.
It really makes me sick to have so much stuff. When I lived in a studio apartment, the place was filled with crap. Now I live in a house, and it’s no different. Consumerism has infiltrated me thoroughly. On the bright side, thank goodness for counterbalancing mechanisms. If a person never feels full (sick of clutter), they’ll eat until they explode! Today, let’s de-clutter and simplify.
MARCH FAVORITE POSTS ON FINANCIAL SAMURAI
Heads up Wall Street Journal, CNBC, and Bloomberg, if you want to do an interview, better let us know quick because The Samurai Fund is now up 11.5% vs. only +5.6% for the S&P year-to-date! LEN, HAR, BIG are leading the way.
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