Auto Strategies Befit This Age

Create an asset. 
 
Move on.
 
Create next asset. 
 
Move on.
 
So on and so forth. 
 
Very soon, you are sorted for life. 
 
What is an asset?
 
An asset puts money in your pocket.
 
As opposed to a liability…
 
…which takes money out of your pocket. 
 
Therefore, we are in the business of creating assets. Period. 
 
Once an asset is created, it becomes a strategy on auto…
 
…till it needs handling for a bit. 
 
You handle for a bit, make it go on auto again, and then you move on. 
 
When it needs handling, it will tell you. It will scream. 
 
When it doesn’t need handling, it won’t bother you. 
 
At these times, it will silently put the money in your pocket, even if you’re too busy looking elsewhere. 
 
The idea is to get as many such assets in place as possible, in a balanced and no-nonsense fashion. 
 
This is the age of short attention-spans.
 
Creation of an asset requires short attention-span focus, mostly. 
 
Auto strategies befit this age. 
 
Go for it. 
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Walking on the Moon?

giant steps are what you take
walking on the moon
i hope my legs don’t break
walking on the moon

Don’t know how old this song is.

There was the version from Sting, or perhaps The Police.

Heard another jazz version of the song on internet radio the other day.

Got me thinking.

We all do. Walk on the Moon, that is.

The Moon stands for something undiscovered.

Each human is unique.

Our next moments are undiscovered, yet.

We live them in our own way.

Yeah, we walk on the Moon, each day, every new moment.

Even in uncharted territory, one wants a smooth walk, doesn’t one?

There are three steps that ensure this.

1). Proper due diligence.

2). Smelling liability from a distance.

3). Walking the other way, away from liability.

Even a donkey understands what’s written above.

Enjoy your walk, on your Moon, on your own personal journey.

The lyricist has penned it aptly. He or she knows about giant steps, so due diligence has been done. He or she hopes that his or her “legs don’t break”,  so he or she is alert that liability could be lurking.

Yeah, above three steps, people.