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8 Small Things That Can Change Your Spending Behavior

8 Small Things That Can Change Your Spending Behavior

The million-dollar question that everyone is asking is how do I cut my budget and save money? About ten years ago, no one was as concerned with trimming the fat. Well the truth is ten years ago America was not on the verge of a recession. Today more and more individuals are looking for authentic […]


Launching an Insurance Appointment Setting Campaign

Insurance agents often try a myriad of strategies to generate new business clients, but there is no method as ubiquitous and misunderstood than outbound telemarketing and appointment setting.  The key to success in the insurance industry is the ability to call, qualify, and set appointments with appropriate prospects.Getting Started Develop a simple and clear mission […]


How Networking Marketing Can Be Used to Fast Track Your Way to Wealth

If you follow the careers of most people about 80 % are either dead broke, depend on the state, or their parents, 19 % are financially independent and can stand on their own, while only 1% are rich enough to live life according to their own terms. In the state of today’s economy where nothing […]


5 personal finance tips for the self employed

In the past job security was taken for granted, but as many businesses, large and small, feel the pinch on their finances, working for some-one else is no longer the safe haven that it used to be. Looking for a new job is also a very disheartening task, with few new positions being created and […]


Gold and Silver – Wearing your investments on your sleeve

From hoards of Roman coins to the glittering weddings of modern India, gold and silver have proved to be the oldest and the most popular of investments.  Throughout history both precious metals have been a ‘safe-haven’ investment, in some cases one that you can wear.  Gold and silver are both finite resources and there is […]


Acquiring Assets: Your Ticket To Financial Independence

I was playing Cashflow 101 the other day with my friends when I realized a very important truth: passive income is what truly matters. Passive income equals freedom. For those who are not familiar with Cashflow 101, it’s an educational board game created by best selling author and financial advisor Robert Kiyosaki. It’s a great […]


Setting Short Term Goals for Long Term Savings

Setting Short Term Goals for Long Term Savings

Saving money for the long term can be one of the hardest things to sustain and accomplish over a prolonged period of time. With all the various emergencies, repairs and replacements that can pop up throughout the year it can often be a near impossible task to keep your finances in check. Whether you’re saving […]


How Much is Your City Costing You?

Most people choose to stay put right where they grew up or at least someplace close by. Your family is there, so are most of your friends, and all the places you like to go and things you’re used to seeing. It’s comfortable. So comfortable that very rarely does someone stop and wonder whether or […]


Social Networking, Meet Billable Hours

Social Networking, Meet Billable Hours

If you’re a lawyer and you’re playing it by the book – like we all know that you are – then there are long, seemingly interminable stretches of your life lived in six-minute increments. The ticks of the clock are both a thorn in your side and a nugget of gold in your (or your […]


Effective Investors Understand Their Personal Style of Investing

Effective Investors Understand Their Personal Style of Investing

“Be true to thy self” is a phrase often heard in most all aspects of Life, and the application of this age-old wisdom is even appropriate in the field of investing.  Investing in any of our various markets requires discipline, knowledge, and experience, but the one key area that many investors unwittingly ignore is that […]


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