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Money

5 Reasons Tripling My Income Achieved Nothing

I admit that more income meant less stress (momentarily) around finances, but the other struggle was I didn’t have a plan to make the income sustainable, and spend it on the right things. 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

giving

The One Way to Value Experiences Over Stuff This Holiday Season

We all want to make this holiday season more about love than about gifts. Why is actually doing it so much harder than we thought? r

happiness before money

Happiness First, Money Later

We live in a success and money driven culture. If you doubt the truthfulness of that cliché, I’ll refer you to competitive reality TV, your office, the lottery, and just about any marketing or money-based blog on the web. From the first day that we understand its power, we’re made to believe that money is the end-all of human happiness and achievement.

Unfortunately for young professionals with big career ambitions, the mantra of “more money means the good life” leads to more sorrow than it does to happiness. r

what to give

5 Things to Give Instead of Money

For many of us, money is tight at the moment. Perhaps you’ve got a friend in need of support, or you want to contribute to charity … but you just don’t have any cash to spare.
Thankfully, money isn’t the only thing that you can give. In fact, it may not even be the most useful. Just think about these seven possibilities instead: r

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What Does “Success” Mean to You?

The problem is, none of these things are easy (or even possible) to achieve. How much money is “lots”? What counts as a “great” relationship? If you chase vague definitions of success, you’re never going to be satisfied. r