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The Good Problem

In All by Brian Imrich

I don’t like the way the good problems are being treated and it’s time to change!  Too often I hear “well that’s a good problem to have” or “I wish …

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Bet On Yourself

In All by Brian Imrich

The world is changing at an increasing rate.  Marc Andreeson, a very successful entrepreneur and investor, wrote an essay about 8 years ago titled “Why software is eating the world.” …

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October Challenge!

In All by Brian Imrich

This month’s challenge is not about saving money, but saving time.  How do we leverage the dollars on hand today to create a bit more freedom with our most precious …

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Perfect Imperfection

In All by Brian Imrich

I’ve seen this picture every summer for the past four years and every summer I appreciate it a little bit more.  The walls of the cottage my family stays in …

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Do Both

In All by Brian Imrich

Last night around 8:15 I said to my wife, “I don’t know if I should exercise or just drink wine?” She replied, “Do both.”  So I jogged on the treadmill …

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Credit Card Spotlight

In All by Brian Imrich

In June I posted “Turn 1 Hour into a 1,000 dollars” which mentioned the Citi Double Cash card.  The feedback and response was awesome! With that in mind I am …

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Today’s Happy Topic – Death

In All by Brian Imrich

Death, believe it or not, is not on my list of  “things I enjoy talking about.” Shocking right? Despite my feelings, I understand the monumental impact that an unexpected or …

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More Comfort

In All by Brian Imrich

About six months ago my wife and I went mattress shopping, which is easily one of my top three least favorite activities on earth.  When we got to the store …

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Buy the Whole Album

In All by Brian Imrich

The music industry has undergone a seismic shift in the past 20 years in how it produces and releases music.  With subscription services like Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify…you can …

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Extra 10 in Your 20s

In All by Brian Imrich

Last Friday, my wife and I took our three children down to the college where we met and graduated from.  The kids love to see the lecture halls, pretend they’re …