In an effort to build up our savings lately, I’ve been researching a lot about how we can cut back our annual expenses. I’ve found that there’s a fine balance between reducing our overall spending and maintaining our current level of family happiness. After all, we could save 100% of our income, but that would leave us with no food, no home and no fun. (Insert sad face emoji here).
A lot of people dream of creating their own business. Not a lot of people act on it.
The thoughts around startup costs, the time commitment and the competition swirl in their heads until they are completely paralyzed. To combat the small business paralysis, I believe the budding entrepreneur should start off with an inspirational book. It’s a low-cost way (or no-cost way with the library) to take the first important step on your entrepreneurial journey.
Over the last 6 months, we’ve reviewed a lot of ways that you can win with money. We’ve discussed debt elimination, investment strategies and how to increase your income. And today, we’re going to review a topic that is important to a lot of people out there. We’re going to chat about how you can have a career you truly love.
How would you like to retire at the age of 35? Sounds impossible, right? Well, our guest today, Steve Adcock, figured out how to do it.
The grind. The 9-5.
As average Americans, we work at our jobs 40 hours per week … 50 weeks per year … for 40 years of our lives – and that’s if we work hard and have a cool supervisor!
I’m one of these average Americans.
Staying healthy requires determination, focus and daily action. If you’re on a journey toward improving your health, having the right tools will help you reach your goals faster.
Here is a list of gift ideas for that special someone in your life looking to improve their health. Most of these products I enjoy personally and some are ones that I’m excited to try!
Last month, work was insane.
I traveled out of town nearly every week. And when I was in the office, I worked some decently late hours.
It was a stressful time for both me and my family.
Thankfully, October is already looking to be a better month so I’ll just chalk it up to the insanity of meeting my year-end sales goals.
I’m happy to say that frantic September is not the norm at my job. My employer challenges me and asks a lot of me, but also gives me the freedom to enjoy other parts of my life.