Shredded on the Side

Side hustles go better with physical conditioning These days, everybody needs a side hustle. A professional house painter oversees fishing expeditions on the weekends. A nurse practitioner sews baby clothes in her spare time. A financial talk show host moonlights as a physique transformation consultant—not that that’s ever been done, but if it had, it … Continued

Amazon Doesn’t Sell Sculpted Physiques

Staying fit requires discipline and commitment; the same can be said for profits in trading. Instant gratification and immediate satisfaction. If the explosion of Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), and Netflix (NFLX) onto the content consumption scene has shown the world anything, it’s this: People want their stuff and they want it NOW. Bingeworthy content is … Continued

Sleep More, Perform Better

 Want a surefire way to get slower, weaker, fatter, sicker and poorer? Sleep less than seven hours. A handful of universal principles guide serious fitness enthusiasts. In one example, weightlifters take it as a matter of faith that squats develop the quads, strengthen the hamstrings and even defuse marital disputes. Another one? Lack of adequate … Continued

What Zelda Teaches About Trading

Dr. Jim finds a Link between video gaming and options trading Today’s players don’t have a clue about true gaming. They’ve never toiled in the original Legend of Zelda’s sea of frustration, searching in vain for the secret passage to the next dungeon. They haven’t scanned the same rocks and bushes repeatedly before calling the … Continued

The Slowest Loser

The Biggest Loser has been one of the most popular reality shows of the current millennium. The contestants, ranging from significantly overweight to morbidly obese, were offered once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to work out with celebrity trainers. With Bob Harper screaming in one ear and Jillian Michaels shouting in the other, contestants were pushed to their physical … Continued