Juggling Dynamite: still relevant three years later

Coming up to its third anniversary since release “Juggling Dynamite” is still resonating with readers and getting postive reviews, like this one from balancejunkie.com yesterday:

“This book came out early in 2007, before the worst of the financial crisis hit. Bear that in mind as you read it. And I do recommend that you read it. Many of the ideas expressed in the book were far from conventional just before the crisis hit. In retrospect, they might be considered quite prescient. I think they’re just as appropriate (maybe even more so) for today’s climate.”

I am humbled and appreciative. It's good to be relevant. Since human nature will never change, the material is timeless.

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One Response to Juggling Dynamite: still relevant three years later

  1. Anonymous says:

    “The national budget must be balanced. The public debt must be reduced; the arrogance of the authorities must be moderated and controlled. Payments to foreign governments must be reduced if the nation doesn’t want to go bankrupt. People must again learn to work instead of living on public assistance.”
    ~ Cicero, 55 B.C.

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