Everybody wants to be a boss. Whether you're a CEO, President, or a lower-level manager, the inherent desire for power remains a big incentive for employees amongst all industries. However, being a boss isn't all it's cracked up to be. It requires a high level of social skills, transparency, and self-awareness to be a successful leader.
I'm, admittedly, a bit of a nerd. Well, not really a bit of one—I'm a huge one. I think the real precursor to being an official geek is whether or not you play Dungeons and Dragons. I'm not talking about any of the video game adaptions, I mean the real thing—playing mat, dice, and all.
Every year, the age old debate rears its ugly head: Which gaming system is better, PlayStation 4 or Xbox One? While the argument is fun to have, there's a pretty simple answer: Xbox One is unequivocally the better of the two systems.
What most non-gamers (or at least the non-serious ones) don't realize, is that most computers aren't necessarily primed for extensive gaming excursions. In other words, people going on three day World of Warcraft binges probably aren't using their mom's Gateway that contains a lowly 8GB of RAM. Instead, they're using some powerful gaming PC that they, in all likelihood, put together themselves.
There is arguably no better beverage to pair with your steak than a full-bodied, dry, red wine. Whether you're a fan of the classic sirloin, a hearty ribeye, or the terrifically tender texture of a filet mignon, there is no doubt that pairing a strong red wine with your favorite cut can make for a pretty exquisite meal.
I'll have to admit, as a longtime investor in a multitude of different markets—including stocks, junk bonds, commodities, and even, to a lesser extent, cryptocurrency—I've largely ignored one of the biggest investment stages there is: Real estate. Although I had aspirations to purchase some investment property back in the mid 2000s, I was ultimately turned off by the real estate bubble and the financial crisis that took place during the 2007-08 fiscal year.