PROskore Founder Bill Jula on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On December 1, 2011, David Domzalski, Founder of Financial Bin spoke with Bill Jula of PROskore, a startup based in Sarasota, FL. According to its website, “PROskore wants to rank every professional in the world. Members of PROskore are ranked according to their overall reputation – which includes their social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter etc.) … Read more

A Lazy Approach to Business Can Work if Physical Laws Are Respected

While optimizing your potential for “hammock time” can be an admirable objective in today’s topsy-turvy world, many small business owners mistakenly slip into this slower-paced philosophy without attending to the tasks that will support this mode of behavior.  At some point in a new venture’s early development stage, luck and good timing can play a … Read more

How To Incorporate Riskalyze Into Your Investment Analysis Process

This morning, the New York Times had a great piece discussing the ideas in Daniel Kahneman’s book, Thinking Fast and Slow. It aligns perfectly with the Riskalyze viewpoint on investing. Most behavioral finance experts counsel that for the majority of people, a passive investment approach is the wisest. Devise a portfolio that measures and limits … Read more

Learning from past mistakes: How important are project reviews and reports in determining the success of future projects?

PRINCE2 project management has a number of Principles that are universal in their application. I view these as ‘generic critical success factors’ as if they were absent from the project, the project is likely to fail. There are seven Principles in PRINCE2 – two of which are: 1. Manage-by-Exception 2. Manage-by-Stages The second of this … Read more