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Money Comes Easy and Often- How to Create a Wealth Mindset Using the Law of Attraction

Use the Law of Attraction to Create a Wealth Mindset

My wife Angie and I were at a fundraising dinner last night for a local ministry that we support.  As we were leaving the venue, we were having a powerful conversation with our good friend Debbie about wealth and success.  Specifically, we were discussing how expanding our wealth allows us to do more and affect […] Read More

4 Alternate Investments That Don’t Involve the Stock Market

4 Alternate Investments That Don't Involve the Stock Market

Investing in the stock market can be a difficult proposition.  The ups and downs of the market can wreak serious havoc with your account balances and your emotions. I know I’ve been a victim of the roller coaster of emotions that comes with stock market investing.  We have had some extraordinary market fluctuations at different […] Read More

Rewards Cards vs. Cash- Which One is Better?

Rewards Card vs. Cash- Which is Better

Most of you know by now that I’m a huge advocate of using cash only when it comes to financing your lifestyle.  Of course, that means using the green stuff or a debit card.  I prefer using a cash envelope system for spending money throughout the month on everyday items. But as I interact with […] Read More

Money Making Idea #14- Sell Arts and Crafts on Etsy

Money Making Idea 14- Sell Arts and Crafts on Etsy

Time for another money making idea for all you go getters out there!  This idea for making  money is one that a lot of creative people are using to supplement their income.  Some have even turned their passion for creating and selling goods on Etsy into a full time career!   Etsy is a worldwide […] Read More

How to Eliminate Bad Financial Decisions For Good

How to Eliminate Bad Financial Decisions For Good

Have you ever made any bad financial decisions?  I know I have.  If you’ve been an adult for any length of time, you probably have too. Welcome to the club. Lest you think I’m somehow above making bad financial decisions just because I teach people about personal finance, I can assure you that you’re wrong.  […] Read More

15 Ways to Prevent Online Fraud and Identity Theft

15 Ways to Prevent Online Fraud and Identity Theft

Online fraud and identity theft are huge problems.  Hackers are everywhere.  From the lone individual in his parent’s basement to state sponsored hackers from Russia and China, it's only getting worse.  Like it or not, online fraud and identity theft are problems most all of us will have to experience at one time or another. […] Read More

Debt vs. Ownership- How to Create an Ownership Mentality

Debt vs. Ownership- How to Create an Ownership Mentality

The concept of owing vs. ownership is one that many people don’t think about very often.  But once you understand the difference, it opens up a number of opportunities for you that you never thought possible. You and I are constantly encouraged through tons of marketing messages to buy things we can't afford.  We believe those messages […] Read More

11 Tips to Invest Your Money Wisely

Eleven Tips to Invest Your Money Wisely

Have you struggled with investing your money?  Does it seems too intimidating or complicated?  Investing your money wisely doesn’t have to be a complicated process.  All you really need is a little basic knowledge, some patience, and wise counsel to make your investments grow exponentially over your lifetime. I’m sure you’ve heard many awesome stories […] Read More

You Are the 1 Percent, and You Can Do Better!

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We’ve been hearing a lot about the so called 1 Percent on TV, the internet, and in print over the last few years.  We hear about the ridiculous amounts of money they make, their greediness, and their lack of care for the other 99% who deserve better.  Many of us love to talk about how […] Read More

7 Epic Ways to Accelerate Your Savings and Build Wealth

Seven Epic Ways to Accelerate Savings and Build Wealth

Most Americans are saving very little money, if any at all.  I know my savings have been harder to come by in recent years. Over the last few years my income was cut almost in half due to several factors.  On top of that, we were also paying cash for my wife’s bachelor’s and master’s […] Read More

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