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davidburkus
Best-selling author, sought after keynote speaker, and former business school professor.
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davidburkus 18h
An overall decent financial plan if you’re young and on a salary. #054
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davidburkus 20h
Heidi is awesome. Help her (and you) out by sharing this talk.
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Gabriel Cassaro 22h
How To "Win" An Argument via
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davidburkus 23h
DO YOU HAVE A RIVAL AT WORK? | | 062619 In a number studies of individuals and teams, having friendly rivalries brings out more effort and better work.
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davidburkus Jun 26
Replying to @alfrehn @thinkers50
I was thinking maybe “nominating is nifty”? Not enough people using nifty anymore.
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WomenInTrucking Jun 25
How To "Win" An Argument - David Burkus via This is a powerful message about empathy and tolerance.
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davidburkus Jun 25
It’s a great book! And a great book club.
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davidburkus Jun 25
Personal traits and behaviors are much more innate than we once thought. Good news for parents of really active kids. ; ) #053
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Todd W. Hall, Ph.D. Jun 25
Why You Should Keep A Decision Journal via
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Panoptika Partners Jun 25
To make better decisions, keep a decision journal. explains why.
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davidburkus Jun 24
Does “had” count? I had 32,000 until just after my last book launch, when I purged about 14,000.
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davidburkus Jun 24
0. Because the Enneagram isn’t real.
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Petrus Jerry Jun 23
You’re NOT The Average Of The Five People You Surround Yourself With by
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Gabriel Cassaro Jun 22
Why You Should Keep A Decision Journal via
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davidburkus Jun 22
This is a generation that was soaked and hit the world and then we go "Yeah, yeah yeah. We'll check in with you in a year and see how you're doing." How's that working?
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davidburkus Jun 21
THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT OF COMPANY CULTURE | | 062119 It's not "fun" or "feeling like a family." It's psychological safety.
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davidburkus Jun 20
In all seriousness, Ben is a brilliant storyteller but many of his interviews focus on the stories. I want to hear those but also how he’s managed his career thus far. How he works.
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davidburkus Jun 20
You two geek out about crypto?
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davidburkus Jun 20
Replying to @JordanHarbinger @ramit
That’s what makes me wonder about his thoughts on traditional IRAs when Roth’s aren’t an option.
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davidburkus Jun 20
Replying to @JordanHarbinger @ramit
Yes. I get the concept of the ladder, but I haven’t seen a section on this specific situation. He favors 401(k) first, then Roth, then back to 401(k). But his reasons for Roth appear to be about taxes first, control second.
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