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Starting A Business: Running a home based business is not a new idea. People have always run businesses from their homes and many have become very successful doing it. Home based businesses have not always fit the........


Social Security: When you retire, become disabled, or if you die, your spouse and/or dependent children can receive monthly benefits based on the amount you earned during your working years. Although most people think of getting the benefits after retirement, Social Security can be........


Credit and Debt: Prevent identity theft by checking your credit report or a yearly basis. You are entitled to a free copy of your credit report once a year from at least one of the three major credit reporting companies, either Equifax, Experian, or TransUnion........


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Money Management Tips

The best way to manage your money effectively is to develop a strategic savings plan.

There are many financial planners and thinkers, individuals, and companies who offer good money management tips to help you save your hard earned money. They give great advice for saving money on everyday living expenses and other costs.

Most money saving tips are usually good and sound bits of advice that are practical and easy to follow, but only you have the power to manage your finances effectively. You have to take charge of your spending habits, make adjustments to your lifestyle where necessary, and create a sense of self empowerment. This can go a long way in helping you become financially secure.

Your future depends on how well you plan and your financial well being depends on how well you work your plan. Every little bit of effort is important in gaining control of your money and........


"Good instincts tell you what to do long before your head has figured it out."
~Michael Burke~


Real Estate

Most people who buy property, buy it solely as a place to live in and where they can raise a family.

The purchase of real estate is the most tangible and enduring investment a person can make in his or her lifetime. Buying a home, farm, ranch, apartment building, or commercial property, has always been encouraged and it makes good business sense.

Most people who buy property, buy it solely as a place to live in and where they can raise a family. But in a broader sense, it is one of the most important investments you may ever make, and in many ways, it should be treated as a business venture.

Some people buy property and then sell it solely for profit. These people are called real estate investors and the popular term used today is "flipping" but most people usually buy one or maybe two homes in their lifetime.

Buying property is like having a savings account. You pay your mortgage note every month, and over time, the mortgage is........

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"If you focus on results, you will never change. If you focus on change, you will get results."
~Garrett Hazel~



Develop the Resilience You Need to Succeed
by George S. Everly, Jr. and Douglas A. Strouse, and Dennis K. McCormack

Professional athletes, surgeons, first responders - all perform remarkable feats in the face of intense stress. Why do they thrive under pressure, while others succumb?

What separates the two is attitude. Resilient people meet adversity head-on and bounce back from setbacks. They seem to naturally exude an inner strength - but studies show that resilience is something that anyone can build.

Analyzing the heroic exploits of U.S. Navy SEALs and others who succeed against all odds, Stronger identifies five factors that combine to unlock deep reserves of personal power:

Active optimism - believe that you can change things for the better

Decisive action - you can’t succeed if you don’t take the leap

Moral compass - face any challenge with clear guiding principles

Relentless tenacity - try, try again

Interpersonal support - gain strength from those around you

Drawing on the unique perspective of a standout team of........




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