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What can you do?

Never say “can’t” especially in the context of, “can’t afford it.”  Instead say, “How can I…?”  It’s never about the money.  It’s about what money can or cannot do for you.  Understand why money is an issue in your life either positively or negatively

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Read Your Way to Financial Success

Sometimes it’s easier to adapt to the uncomfortable situation you know rather than create a new and unknown one.  The best way, easiest way, least expensive way, fastest way to learn about anything different, therefore making it less

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Your Most Valuable Asset

The right, wealthy, abundant attitude required to make financial change, or to move forward towards your financial goals, means taking stock of all that you have today.  An inventory of non-financial assets and resources (your seeds) is a

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Financial Freedom, Not Retirement

Substitute the words “financial freedom” whenever you see or hear the word “retirement.”  Retirement is not something you do at a certain age; it is not another life; it is something that happens when you have enough income coming

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What is Important to you?

Make all financial decisions based on what is important to you, not simply because you want to make more money.  Why?  What will more money mean?  Why are you making that purchase or the investment (of time and/or money)? 

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Plans, Purposes and Shopping

Don’t let someone else, or society, decide what your financial goals ‘should be’ There is no such thing as ‘common goals’.  You must be able to articulate and write your very own personal lifestyle goals in your own handwriting and

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God of Increase or Decrease?

Sometimes a financial goal is simply to maintain your current status or to keep your options open while you wait on God.  The rate of return on an investment or a loan is not the most important criteria when evaluating financial solutions. 

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Baby Steps

To move ahead financially from where you are today, you will need to learn how and then do something to get you there. While this might seem obvious, it often stops people before they even get going. Most people look at where they might

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Pen and Paper Planning

A simple notebook and pen can be your best financial tools you can have.  With every purchase or financial transaction, make a note of what you bought and its purpose.  For tax purposes,

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How Spending Money Can Make You Wealthy

The idea of putting on paper either your existing financial situation, or your desired future, can be fearful; yet this is the only way you can properly plan and stand against the onslaught of uncertainty and temptation.

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