Category Archives for Goals

A Moment of Self-Reflection About What Money Can’t Buy

I’m going to be the first to admit that I work too much. For years I have been hustling and grinding in order to achieve success. How did I measure success? Money!  It seems cliche, but I’ve

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Perseverance Breeds Success

No matter what your goal, or how long it takes you to get there, the chances of you succeeding at your goal is based largely on your willingness to persevere.  Why is it that perseverance breeds success? 

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Financial Planning for 2015 – Starting the New Year Off Right!

Okay, friends, the new year is right around the corner, and it’s time to start your financial planning for 2015.  If you’re a seasoned personal finance whiz, you know exactly what to do. 

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How Gratitude Breeds Success

One of my favorite quotes goes something like this: “Your gratitude determines your attitude, and your attitude determines your altitude.”  Time and again, people from all religions, non-religions

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How to Deal with Rejection

Grayson talked in a post last week about how he saved $60 a month by simply making one phone call. Part of the post centered on the fact that we often miss out on money savings simply because we don’t

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The Success Mindset

If you truly want to reach the goals you’ve set for yourself, a “success mindset” is more important than any other tool you’ll need to reach those goals. As my family and I work

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A Plan of Action for a Blown Budget or Blown Diet

We all know of the similarities between losing weight and paying off debt. Both require discipline mixed with great motivation. They are both also very easy to stray off course. Well, since I’m in

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How To Be SMART When Setting Financial Goals

It’s very easy in these tough economic times to get absorbed into thinking that making ends meet is the only financial goal you should be setting. This simply isn’t the case; your financial goals

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