Chris and Tim open up the show talking about how to manage risk in all facets of your life and how to set yourself up for nothing but upside. They also touch on healthy debate in relationships, answer of the question of whether Tim is a doomsdayer or just well prepared, and then debate how the world will behave once the thread of COVID and its associated sanctions are decreased.
After a long hiatus, Leading by the Book is back with a new, permanent, co-host, Tim Barrett. For more on Tim, see Episode 25 of Leading by the Book. This week, Chris & Tim discuss all things COVID (no surprise), what the economy looks like once restrictions are lifted, and the broader impact on investing.
Here is the link to the FOMC that Tim discussed: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-25/fomc-drift-finally-dead-and-has-fomc-skid-finally-arrived
And here are the two books that were mentioned:
I’ve spent a lot of time lately reflecting on the idea of suffering. Yes, I realize that’s a weird statement to make, but I’m not doing this as a way to torture myself. Rather it serves as a way to better manage my suffering down the road. [Read more…]
Tim Barrett is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Raceway Express Car Wash. I’ve only known Tim for about six months or so, but in that time I’ve come to respect him a great deal, so much so that I recently joined Raceway Express. Tim is an incredibly humble leader that is constantly on the quest for knowledge. I’m continually impressed by his open-mind, and he’s done a remarkable job building his company into one of the largest in its industry in only four years.
Erik Averill is the Co-founder and Partner of Athlete Wealth Management, an advisory company that caters to athletes and focuses on helping them wisely invest and manage capital. There is no shortage of stories as it pertains to athletes losing their hard-earned wealth in a variety of ways. As a former professional athlete, Erik understands the unique demands that athletes face, and provides them an avenue to live exceptional lives both during and following their playing careers.