Tag Archives: robert pagliarini

keeping control

9 Tips to Control Every Meeting and Get What You Want

Are you nailing job interviews, closing new clients, and maximizing every meeting? Most likely you aren’t, but I’ll show you how I blew a huge meeting and what you can learn from my mistakes. r

financial advice

Financial Help for Women: 5 Strategies You Must do in the Other 8 Hours

In a divorce, a woman’s life is turned upside down — nearly everything about her existence changes, but for the man, the most he has to change is his phone number and address. Most women who left the workforce to raise a family are at a significant disadvantage and find it difficult as they try to re-enter the workforce they left years earlier. I don’t have marriage advice, but if you do a few simple things in the other 8 hours, you can survive a divorce and get back on your feet as quickly as possible. r

learned helplessness

Learned Helplessness: The Secret to Being Poor

Everyone and their brother has the “secret” to being rich. Countless books, articles, and late-night infomercials have revealed how we can all live in palm tree lined mansions and drive bright red Ferraris. So why are so many of us struggling? Because we have learned to be poor. It’s time we changed this… r

Passion

Discover Your Passion: Do What You Love And The Money Will Follow

Live your passion. Do what you love and the money will follow. If you love what you do, it doesn’t feel like work. You’ve heard this cute advice a hundred times, but what if you have no idea what your passion is? It’s time you find out… r

Greed is Good: Why You Need to Tap Into Your Inner Gordon Gekko

Greed is good. Embrace it. Love it. Live it. In fact, greed may be the one thing that can save us. Don’t believe me? Greed was the foundation for this country. The brave souls who risked their life to settle in a new country did so out of self interest. Our forefathers recognized the importance of self-interest in the Declaration of Independence where they emphasized our unalienable right to pursue happiness. r

Tax Tip

Tax Tip: Save Time Filing Your Taxes

I’ve got a tax tip that won’t save you any money, but it will save you something far more valuable . . . time. The IRS says the average American spends 21.4 hours completing their 1040 tax return. It’s this “hidden” tax — the sacrifice of not your dollars but your other 8 hours — that you can reduce. And the good news is this tax tip won’t increase your risk of an IRS audit. r