Tag Archives: finances

Sick of Interview Insanity

Interview Insanity? How to Regain Your Self-Confidence When Advancing Your Career

Okay everyone, say it with me…the definition of insanity is…”doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results”. We all know this to be true but somehow it’s hard to break out of the insanity when you’re looking for a job. r

economic recovery

5 Ideas For Bouncing Back From Economic Disaster

If you’re one of the people who is still affected by unemployment, home foreclosure, debt, loss of retirement savings, or any of the other ripples of an unstable economy, let me ask you something:

Did you know you are probably grieving? r

cash flow

Are Limiting Beliefs Blocking Your Financial Flow?

Money doesn’t grow on trees.

Money is the root of all evil.

I need lots of money to make money.

You can’t be rich and spiritual.

There is a limit to how much you can earn.

Money management is too complicated.

If you’ve uttered the above statements chances are you harbor limiting money beliefs in your subconscious. This happened a long time ago when you were at an impressionable developmental stage. r

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The Top 2 Ways To Turning Your Passions Into Multiple Streams of Income

Creating multiple streams of income is key to sustain and secure your message. When one of the streams faces a hard time, others lift you up.

When it comes to creating multiple streams of income (or multiple profit centers as Barbara likes to call), people are divided into two groups: r

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Improving Your Finances by Gaining Control Over the Person in the Mirror

You have more power over your financial destiny than perhaps you have given yourself credit for. No one can stop you from being extraordinary, well almost no one. The truth is there is one person who holds the keys to your success or failure, your poverty or riches, your freedom or imprisonment. r

spending money

Skipping the Latte Could Cost You: Why Cutting Back Can Sometimes Cost You More

I’ve been dropping into my favorite coffee shop for years. Then, amid the buzz over the economy and what a waste of money my lattes were, I stopped. Afterward, I found that while passing that coffee shop I missed the smell, the people, the “me time.” r