Spend on Experiences

     Spending…the verb that can bring up different emotions depending on the person. For some spending brings out excitement. While others the word comes with frustration. We all have different ways to look at spending. Especially when it comes to our own money. I bet everyone would love to have all the money in the world... Continue Reading →

Find a Money Partner

     Have you ever tried something completely new, something you’ve never done? Maybe you tried learning a new language, tried a new sport or maybe even a new hobby. A long the way of your journey you think to yourself: If I had someone doing or trying this with me, this would be much easier? When... Continue Reading →

When is it enough? Never…

Many people say that if they were rich, they would give most of their money to those in need. They say that when they achieve financial freedom they will finally be able to give those the opportunities they never had. The truth of the matter is that if you don’t give part of your money... Continue Reading →

Where did all my money go?

Have you ever found yourself thinking… Where did all my money go?      After a couple of months in my first job I started to ask myself this question. I saw my paychecks come and go as they pleased, and not really knowing where.  By no means, I was making thousands of dollars a day, but I... Continue Reading →

Knowledge is POWER!

You’ve probably heard that you can obtain financial freedom or get “rich” by investing. Well, that my friend is very true. You might have also installed in your mind that only rich people can invest. That is where you are wrong. Rich people get rich by investing. They stay rich by knowing how to manage... Continue Reading →

Communication

Communication sounds simple. Yet, do we communicate with one another with respect, thoughtfulness, and clarity? How often are we misunderstood? Miscommunication leads to less effectiveness. Why? Because, in a nutshell, communication problems inevitably lead to challenges in the workplace. Transactional Analysis, (TA) developed in the 1950s by Dr. Eric Berne, is a school of thought... Continue Reading →

Paying Your Bills On Time!

Do you remember that age where parties began to be a “thing” back in middle school or early high school? Every weekend, there would be some sort of get-together. I know my friends and I would barely miss a single one. We would count down the days and wouldn’t even need to write it down... Continue Reading →

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