Category: financial independence

Comfort Is A Girl’s Worst Friend

A theme that has come up recently with the younger people in my life is the issue of how to assess the value of an opportunity.  I have repeated the same advice, to think about  the long term benefit(s) of accepting the opportunity being presented.  The thing that stood out very clearly in both situations is that they wanted to wait for the perfect … Read More Comfort Is A Girl’s Worst Friend

Linked In To Leverage

By leveraging the resources, talents and skills of others an entrepreneur can accomplish much more than he or she can on their own.

Sign Seeing

Signs are not coincidence. Signs illuminate both lessons and warnings.

How To Graduate with Less or No Debt

There are several ways to graduate with less or no debt.  At the root of decreasing the need to take on debt to advance one’s education are planning, time and diligence. Here are some things to consider.

The Paper Chase

Even with the abundance of opportunity at our fingertips there is still a pervasive sense of lack in our society.  Increasing abundance of opportunity has not resulted in increasing satisfaction or happiness.  Why is that?

The 4 Hooks of Motivational Training

Motivational training events has become an industry onto itself. While they can serve as a valuable tool for industry insight and networking opportunities, beware the up-sell!

How to Turn Your Home Into A Personal ATM

When people think of ways to make passive income on property that they own they usually think of renting.  We are not taught personal or creative finance in school so the majority of us follow the same path to try to better ourselves financially.  Homeownership is the American dream.  For the majority of us our home will be our most valuable possession.  But it … Read More How to Turn Your Home Into A Personal ATM

Debt & Delay

A disheartening consequence of having unmanageable “bad” debt is delay in attaining goals and dreams.