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52-Week Financial Lessons When You Subscribe
Learning is its own reward, and that includes financial lessons. I’ve said that many times in this blog already, and I probably will never tire saying so. I know I have this tendency to irritate people with the obvious, so I hope you can forgive me for that. 😀 Financial Lessons from FinancialMentor.com In connection […]
Recommended Financial Reading: The Richest Man in Babylon
One of the items in my to-do checklist for 2013 is to read more books. Even as a kid and then as an adult, I’ve always loved reading, not just for the entertainment value but for all the things I learn as well. It is my belief that a person can never read enough in […]
Clarity of Purpose, Team Focus and Your Workflow Tracking Software – Do They Sing the Same Tune?
Greg McKeown, in a Harvard Business Review article, wrote that the reason successful people and businesses fail to automatically become very successful is because of what he calls the “clarity paradox,” which can be summarized in four phases: Clarity of purpose leads to success. Success leads to more options and opportunities. Increased options and opportunities […]
What Are Your Financial Goals for 2013?
This post came in a little late, I know. Life got in the way, but better late than never, right? 2013 is here, and what may have been the biggest holiday spending for 2012 is over. Most folks, correct me if I’m wrong, are probably seeing an unhealthy savings account balance right at this very […]
To Niche or NOT to Niche: What Bloggers Are Saying
If there’s anything I would have done differently as a blogger still starting out, it would have been to rein in the excitement until I knew what exactly I was doing. From an attempt to join the make-money-online bandwagon to a platform to hone my writing skills, the blog finally became an avenue to market […]
Twitter, a Newbie and the Art of Unfollowing
Before Twitter was Twitter, a twitter was nothing more than a series of short, high-pitched calls or sounds. And now that Twitter is the Twitter that we know, the blue bird has become synonymous to microblogging, social media involvement, a marketing platform of sorts, brand awareness, an avenue where some personalities connect and unfortunately lash […]
Is Christmas Becoming Too Commercialized?
It’s a day after Christmas, not to mention five days after the doomsday prediction that never happened, and much to everyone’s elation. The kids are miles away from home, spending their Christmas week off school at their grandpa’s. And much as my online clients are on their own holiday breaks, I had all the time […]
1 Little Girl + 1 Raffle Ticket = 3 Important Life Lessons
Shortly after lunch today, a little girl was shyly knocking at our front door. When I checked to see what she wanted, she handed me a blue booklet. Her voice was so low that I didn’t exactly hear what she was saying. When I looked at the booklet, I realized she was trying to get […]
What Exactly Is Content Marketing?
Marketing experts agree, content marketing is the now and the future of marketing. Traditional marketing is slowly losing steam. Evidence is the fact that online users have become proficient at ignoring buttons and banners to concentrate on content. Even advertisements in magazines and newspapers are being ignored. In simpler terms, people have gotten sick and […]
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