The 50+ Best Books for Men that Teach You How to Reach Your Full Potential

This article was originally published at KnowledgeForMen.com. Warren Buffet and Bill Gates, two of the world’s richest men, were both interviewed on separate occasions and asked the exact same question. “If you could have any superpower what would it be?” Without a moment of hesitation, they both responded, “Speed reading”. Not flight, not super strength, not invisibility, […]

10 Tools to Help Remote Developer Teams Work Efficiently

Article was originally published on IndexCode. It’s proven that remote teams work more productively than teams in an office environment. One survey found 77% of workers were more productive when working remotely. Another found that 76% of workers were distracted less often than when working in an office. Remote workers may be more productive, but there are still challenges to working […]

Why Your Software Team Should Be Remote

Article was originally published on IndexCode. The future of work is remote, and in no industry is this truer than in programming and software development. A globalized workforce allows companies to harness the skills of programmers from around the world, saving time and money in the process. Many companies, including Stripe, ESPN, and Coffee Meets Bagel, have […]

Will Bitcoin Ever Be Regulated?

This article is originally published in Albaron Ventures. As Bitcoin and other digital assets continue to grow in adoption and popularity, a common topic for discussion is whether the U.S. government, or any government for that matter, can exert control of its use. There are two core issues that lay the foundation of the Bitcoin […]

Air Passenger Rights in the USA: When Can You Get a Flight Compensation

Article was originally published on ClaimCompass. We already told you how to claim up to €600 for flights in-and-out of Europe. But when it comes to air passenger rights in the USA, how does it work?Similarly to the European Economic Community and the EU Regulation 261/2004, the US Department of Transportation has established certain rules for airlines to follow. Dive […]

Beyond Bitcoin: How Developers are Helping Traditional Banks Modernize

This article was originally published by Index Code Bitcoin and blockchain tend to grab headlines in the world of banking. Cryptocurrency is the poster child of “disruptive technology” in the traditionally slow-moving finance industry. But, there are other areas where developers and software engineers must update business-as-usual in banking in order to survive. According to one survey, 80% […]

Stop Old Emails From Stealing Your Awesomeness

This article was originally published at ModelFA.com Join our email count challenge! Let me open this with a personal question. How many e-mails in your inbox right now are more than two days old? When I first start working with some of my clients, the number we begin with is often well over a thousand. […]

4 Stages Of Financial Advisor Client Relationships

This article was originally published at ModelFA.com  Financial advisor client relationships are built on a foundation of deep trust. Here is a blueprint for strategic trust acceleration. How do you think about the people that you interact with as a financial advisor? Most advisors I know divide their world into two categories: prospective clients and actual clients. That isn’t […]