Adolf’s downfall

By rickColosimo / May 26, 2016 /

Sometimes, the solution is right in front of you. I’m a science fiction fan; I can still recall the set of four or five vertical rotating racks of paperbacks at the Paddy Hill Library. I read most of those books, I’m sure – dozens and dozens. Among all the science fiction themes, time travel is…

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Autism in my life

By rickColosimo / May 19, 2016 /

For those of you who didn’t know: My older son has what I describe as mild to moderate autism. He’s happy; he smiles; he talks; he reads; he does math – add, subtract, multiply, and learning to divide. He’s very affectionate: I know he loves his brother and me, and he knows that we love…

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How much should I save?

By rickColosimo / May 12, 2016 /

How much should you save? That’s a very good question, to which the easy answer is simply “as much as you can and then a little bit more.” As I’ve written over on the page for this new tool, the savings rate calculator is designed to help you break a big savings and investing goal,…

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We need more solving and less managing

By rickColosimo / March 15, 2016 /

I had a sense of deja vu today as I was looking at a list of local entrepreneurial resources – over a dozen groups seemingly operating as incubators, development centers, and other startup-related places where companies could operate and grow. Even a cursory review reveals a lot of overlap, little in the way of market…

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