Friday, June 19, 2009

TWICE A MONTH???

Pathways Advisory Group, Inc.
David L. Williamson, CFP®

Here’s the deal. I commit to two blog entries per month. My due dates are the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month. More frequently is okay, less often – not. Topics are of two sorts:

Thoughts relating directly to financial matters. Anything related to financial planning, investments, retirement, estate planning – the usual suspects. Could be hot news items, general principles, issues clients raise during meetings.

Anything else. Musings, reflections, experiences. If the fancy is stricken – go for it. This gives me full freedom. I do tend to muse and reflect. (My wife Sandra says, perhaps, a tad too much.) So here, under the guise of work, I may muse away. And I like to write, so it works out well for me.

From your perspective, all you have to do is read. Or not. Up to you. Feel free to comment if you like. It’s easy.

Here’s how:

Click on “Comments”, below the blog entry.
Read any comments of others.
Enter your comment.
Type in the special set of letters you see.
Click on one of the identity buttons:
Google Account – for those with a Blogger or Google username.
Open ID – for those with a LiveJournal, WordPress, TypePad, or AIM username.
Name/URL – for anyone who would like their name to show with their comment. (You do not have to enter anything in the URL box.)
Anonymous – for anyone not comfortable posting their identity.
After you submit, we review & then post.

One other thing – on the right, you see “Labels”. Labels refer to blog subject matter or identify all entries by a particular author. So, this can help you navigate.

Well, that’s the deal. Let’s have some fun.

1 comment:

Steve Miller said...

David, even though we live in a world which presents to us too much information much of the time, I for one will be looking forward to your commentary. I enjoy talking with and reading articles written by people whom I respect, and that certainly includes you.

Steve Miller
"The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." --Socrates, Greek philosopher