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Ten reasons you need a partner to start your new business

OK, so you’d like to start your own business, but the idea of striking out on your own is daunting. That’s understandable. It’s a big leap to move from being a paycheckaholic to working for yourself, but your new venture doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. The choice is not between working for […]

By |December 27th, 2014|Featured|Comments Off on Ten reasons you need a partner to start your new business

10 tips for a healthy lunch

Whether you’re working a paycheckaholic-type job or starting your own business, you need to be at your best throughout the day. The lunchtime break is a critical time to nourish your body with a healthy lunch and nurture your mental and emotional well-being. What you eat plays a critical role in your brain function […]

By |November 16th, 2014|Featured|Comments Off on 10 tips for a healthy lunch

What is a paycheckaholic?

From the time we’re children, we’re taught to go to school, get good grades, get a good job with good benefits, and retire in 40 years with a gold watch and a pension. There may have been a time when that plan actually worked, but those days are long gone. Times have changed, and […]

By |August 31st, 2014|Featured|4 Comments

Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun

If you want to acquire wealth, you must change the way you think about money. In school, you probably didn’t learn how money works. You probably didn’t get a sound financial education. Even those whose full-time profession is in some area of finance often miss the most basic concepts of money that could be […]

By |August 3rd, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on Cashflow 101: Business, investing lessons made fun

Think cash flow, not salary

Acquire assets with positive cash flow and quit trading hours for dollars

If you suffer from the employee mindset–and most people do–you are substantially limiting your potential. Shifting to a  business owner’s mindset, however, can unleash your earning potential.

Look at it this way: as an employee, you work for the income directly derived from providing […]

By |July 27th, 2014|Featured, News|1 Comment

Movies: Hollywood’s legacy of wasted time

Watching movies can rapidly eat up your free time. Tinseltown is great at enticing millions to watch the latest Batman or 007. It’s okay to watch a movie every now and then, as long as you’re intentionally using that as your downtime for relaxation and enjoyment. Just don’t overdo it. (And it will be […]

By |July 20th, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on Movies: Hollywood’s legacy of wasted time

TV: A waste of time in living color

The average American spends 4-5 hours per day watching TV, and, statistically, that time increases as we age. TV programs are engineered to be addictive and maximize advertisers’ and networks’ profitability—but not your productivity.

Not only is most programming itself devoid of valuable content, but the commercials are also designed to lure you into to […]

By |July 13th, 2014|Featured, News|Comments Off on TV: A waste of time in living color