When it comes to building your business, a lot of gurus out there are promoting the importance of building your personal brand. Guy Kawasaki isn’t buying it.
You’re mortgage free! Congratulations!
This was no small feat. Your hard work and dedication in paying off this massive debt should be celebrated.
But how do you celebrate something that only a fraction of the US population has done?
My family recently paid off the $195,000 mortgage on our home and we were asking ourselves this very question. We thought about painting our front door red or throwing a party with some close friends. After some spirited fun back and forth with my wife, we landed on four fun ideas that we could do together as a family.
Yeah, me too!
Before my interview with Shannon McNay and Erin Wiley, I didn’t realize how these two topics were so intertwined.
Happy New Year everyone! This is the time for declaring new goals, adventures and accomplishments.
Over the past few years, I’ve been setting personal goals for myself in all areas of my life. This way I am constantly striving to give myself and my family the best life possible.
Recently, I received an email from Chris who was interested in my opinion on taking out a 401k loan to pay off his student debt.
Did you ever consider leveraging your 401k to try to clobber debt faster?
There’s nothing wrong with having things, liking things and wanting things. Especially when you’re a kid. From our own personal experience though, we’ve found most of our joy in life has been derived from experiences – memorable, fun and rewarding experiences.
In my never-ending quest to give my kids the best life possible, I reached out to Tanya Van Court about the very subject of helping our kids appreciate experiences over things. Tanya is the founder and CEO of a company called Goalsetter. They’ve created an organization that’s helping kids save for the most important moments, experiences and goals in their lives.
Last week, I took on a giving challenge from Rockstar Finance. They supplied me with $100 and the guidance to “do some good” in my community.
I’m all about doing good, but I had no clue what to do with this money!
In my attempt to get some inspiration, I reached out to the Marriage, Kids and Money Community and asked for some suggestions. What I got back was incredible!