Get $3,000 in 10 minutes. Here’s how.

Reading this article could be worth $3,000 dollars to you. A small, one-time change could add $250 to your monthly expendable income for the next year. But there is a catch: you’ll have to give up your annual tax refund.

You see, about 80% of Americans receive a federal tax refund, and the average refund […]

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What’s in the way often IS the way

Paycheckaholics Anonymous isn’t my first foray into entrepreneurship. A couple of years ago, I started another venture. I encountered many obstacles to its launch, but I also learned some valuable lessons along the way.

At the time, I was traveling frequently. I found myself completely frustrated by the lack of interesting dining options at airports […]

By |March 4th, 2015|Top Story|Comments Off on What’s in the way often IS the way

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

Are you limited by all-or-nothing thinking?

As I’ve discussed in previous posts, awareness is the first step towards any kind of change in behavior or thinking. One of the most significant advances in my own development has been an increased awareness of my tendency to “all-or-nothing” thinking.  It seems to me that nearly every week, my therapist is pointing out […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Top Story|2 Comments