Adventure Capitalist on the Web

I started reading Jim Rogers’s Adventure Capitalist the night I got the book. Absolutely awesome read. Even better is that he kept an online journal of his experiences at http://www.JimRogers.com. I haven’t gotten much of a chance to read through the site, but you can be sure I’ll be dropping by on a regular basis, at least while reading the book. (I’ll probably also end up purchasing his other book, Investment Bker.) If you’re interested in his book or his travels (he’s the guy that drove around the world in a funky looking bright yellow custom-built Mercedes), check out the site. The book seems to be a more “complete” account of his travels, but the journal entries, pictures, and video are a great addition to the book-reading experience.

I may be a bit quiet for the next few days (not too likely, but we’ll see). I still have some stuff in the backend I need to edit before I feel it right to be released and am also caught up reading Your Best Life Now by Joel Osteen, so I may not have much time to blog. Joel Osteen, by the way, is the pastor at a large church in Huston. Frankly, from what I’ve seen, the guy’s a great motivational speaker, but I haven’t seen him go much into actual Bible study. In fact, it almost seems like his stuff is very “blab it, grab it” based. I may well be wrong, though; I haven’t been exposed to too much of his preaching, but that’s what I got from the first impressions.

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