Reaching Your Goals by Climbing Mountains

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Persevere when times are tough

Several years ago when I watched the weekly church television program “Hour of Power”, I was really moved by the sermon delivered by Jim Penner called ” What in the World are you Waiting For?” He talked about how we need to stop waiting around wasting time; we should climbing our “mountains” instead. Our mountains can be anything–financial, medical, relationship, family, etc. We all have mountains to face everyday. In fact, we are never really free from mountains we have to climb. If we climb one, chances are that another one will soon take its place. Therefore in order to achieve any goal in life, there may be mountains (large or small) to climb. However, they will not simply disappear on their own. How do you climb a mountain?
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How to Keep Yourself Motivated to Your Business

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Is your business currently full of challenges or setbacks and you feel that you are fighting an uphill battle trying to overcome them?  As a result of these challenges, have you ever felt like giving up because you lost your motivation to continue? Don’t despair; almost every business owner or entrepreneur goes through this. However, quitting is the worst decision you can make because you are having a brownout (not a burnout) and probably need to take a timeout to learn some quick tips on how you can keep yourself motivated.

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10 Thrifty Ideas for Saving Money on a Tight Budget

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If you are on a tight budget and you need to find those “extra” dollars that seem elusive or non-existent, here are some neat tips as to how you can do just that.  Some of these 10 tips can be applied to your personal budget as well as your business budget.  The goal to keep in mind is that the dollars you manage to free up by using these tips will give you the opportunity to put those dollars towards something better.

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Don’t Be Afraid of Change–Just Go Where the New Cheese Is!

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Today starts out as just another ordinary mundane day in your life. You wake up, bathe, get dressed, eat, go to work or go to school. However, there are forces that are constantly at work to cause changes that will impact you either directly or indirectly. How do you react to these changes when they occur? Do you see them coming, or are you completely blindsided by them? If you have no answer to these questions, please read my book review of “Who Moved My Cheese?” by Spencer Johnson, MD.  Find out which of the four main characters in the book you identify with and then decide for yourself what you need to do in order to deal with changes when they happen.        

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What’s The Best Life Insurance Policy to Buy?

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Life insurance–do you think that this is something that is really needed or not?  In order to answer that question, you should know what is the purpose of having life insurance, as well as how to decide what type of life insurance is best for you.
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Increase Your Financial IQ By Playing Cashflow–Game 6

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Here’s the outcome of the sixth Cashflow game I played. I did not succeed in winning this game; I came in third place. In fact, this game seemed to be over for me before it even started. (The game lasted for only 1 hour). I did not even have the chance to accumulate any funds needed to purchase properties that generated cash flow. As I was playing this game, I made some interesting observations: 

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Choosing the Best Way(s) to Invest Your Money

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Let me start off by saying that there is no one answer to the question “What is the best way to invest my money?” It really is a unique, individual choice because there are several variables involved in making the decision, such as:

  • amount of money available for investing
  • knowledge about the different types of investment vehicles
  • advantages and disadvantages of each investment vehicle
  • comfort level in dealing with a particular investment
  • advice given by professionals, family, and friends

In order for you to make the right choice, I will discuss the different types of investment vehicles as well as the pros and cons of each.

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Investing for Women–My “Rich Woman” Book Review

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If you are a woman and you have a desire to have enough money to provide for yourself and your children, do you think that it is important for you to have at least the same amount of knowledge about finance and investing as men have? For the men out there (I am not leaving you out, lol) God forbid if anything unfortunate should happen to you, wouldn’t you want your wife, girlfriend, or mother to have a basic working knowledge about finance and investing so that they will be able to provide for themselves and/or your children? If the answer is “Yes” to both questions, then I highly suggest you read this post where I discuss my review of the book Rich Woman by Kim Kiyosaki, wife of Robert Kiyosaki (bestselling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad).

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Is Inbox Dollars a Legit Online Business?

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If you take the time to think of all the things you usually do on the internet on a daily basis, what comes to mind?  You surf the net for information, you watch videos, you play games, or make purchases.  Have you just for a moment ever thought what would it be like to get paid for doing the same things I just mentioned? Well, I’m happy to say that there is a company (one of several) that pays people for engaging in their everyday internet activities they love to do–Inbox Dollars.

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