Happy Sunday everyone. Before I get to this post, I just wanted to call out that today is the 15-year anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy. My heart goes out to all those affected by this cowardly act of terror. The people of Manhattan are resilient, brave, and strong.
I’m fortunate to travel to NYC a few times every year. The September 11th memorial is in my opinion, a must visit if you ever get the chance to visit Manhattan. It’s sacred ground and it feels that way. It’s a tasteful tribute to the 2,966 people who lost their lives on this tragic day. Please take a few minutes today to reflect on the civilian lives lost in our pursuit of freedom. Whether it be 9/11, Paris Attacks, Belgium, etc. These victims paid the ultimate price for freedom. We will not forget the victims or forgive the cowards who attacked our way of life and our people. I’ve selected a few of my favorite photos I took of the 9/11 memorial. These were taken last August on a business trip I took to NYC.
Good Reads is a series of post where I highlight a handful of blog posts from all of you. There is no exact formula for which articles I choose. There’s also no specific topics I choose. Not all articles are in the financial space either. Usually the posts are in the financial spectrum, but not always. Sometimes I choose articles on blogging, driving site traffic, SEO, etc.
It’s been a while since I’ve written a Good Reads post. Some of the selections chosen today, I’ve held for a while. But, trust me, they’re all good reads..
59 Amazing Tools to Create Remarkable Content Easily, By Sean Ogle. This post is full of tools that you may not have heard of. Many of these tools will make content creation a less daunting task.
The Top Entrepreneurship Blogs You Must Follow, by Michelle Polk. The folks at Personal Income were kind enough to feature my blog in their list of must follow blogs. I found a bunch of new blogs to follow from this list.
How to Make Money with Photography Stock Images, by DW. This is a great side hustle idea. I never thought of selling my photos on stock websites.
How to Calculate Covered Call Returns. Figuring out returns on covered calls is harder than it seems. I found this article while trying to figure this out myself. Many of you are testing the waters with options. I though this would be useful to you.
Fired (Meet) Up? — Cheesy Finance and Amber Tree Leaves are hosting a meet-up in Belgium. Man I wish I could go. This is not so much a good read, but an announcement. These two are cool guys. Well worth taking the time to share a few beers with these guys, if you’re in the area.
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