Ali Shanti can’t stop flapping her maw over Smellsberg and Franklin’s magnum opus. You’d think they discovered the cure for cancer, or how to give Ali non-stop orgasms. And if I never see that tacky painting of the masculine – he’s blue! – and the feminine – she’s white! – in profile ever again, it’ll be too soon.
Is it possible that your investments in the stock market would be better off put into building tribe?
This picture is the perfect example of why it may be worth considering.
What would you need to invest to get these minds and hearts working to support your projects?
What would the value of this brain trust be to you?
Five years ago, I invested in tribe and increasing the value I bring to the community. Today, I have the best minds in personal development and business on speed dial. To me, that’s worth way more than a full 401k.
(By the way, I’ll address the question of how we handle the risk of health concerns or a future inability to work in a separate post.)
What happens when we start investing in increasing the value we bring to others rather than in trying to save enough for later?
These questions + more answered in the new book “The Last Safe Investment” by Michael Ellsberg and Bryan Franklin.
Note that third paragraph from the end – no, SK3B never reads here!
Ali does seem excited about her new grift, in which she’ll make saps run the money map while she’s getting off atop the van futon. Hope she can incorporate “tribe” into the new excel spread sheets! Come visit us in the basement, ladies, after you’ve left in a huff and Ali blames you for being in debt.
A study in whiteness:
Update: Yes, Ali posted about this night of nights again. She was apparently so overwhelmed that this week’s love letter never arrived, even after it was already late, which Scammy acknowledged before missing her second self-imposed deadline. Hire this woman to jump start your business!
Oh what a night. Not even a full block blackout could put a damper on this gathering to celebrate the release of “The Last Safe Investment” – the most important personal finance book of our time.
So worth the intense travel and a couple of nights of sleep deficit.
I wish I had more pictures, but it was fairly dark most of the night. They lit the room with hundreds of candles until power was restored.
Pick up a copy of the book today and start investing in your only true source of wealth and security.
Captioned “Beloveds,” perhaps because Franki & Jen spent the night with Ali & Fozzie in the sex van?
When Ali wants to traumatize straight young men, she calls in Shmolby Shmollins!
After too much molly, Smelly & Franki put on a Scooby Doo skit.
Bottom Fan in the ‘Stan: Nick McGlynn! (He should have known better; I’m disappointed but not surprised.)