Archive | September, 2012

Seven Little Big Tips You Need To Succeed

While there aren’t any absolutes when it comes to creating success there are a number of things that you can do that will help align you with your goal. Not every successful person follows all of these tips but…

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Cash Flow…The # 1 Key To Financial Freedom-Part 2

In the last post we talked about the importance of cash flow and why having a good positive cash flow is essential for savings, reinvestment and good overall financial health. Cash flow is defined as …

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Cash Flow…The # 1 Key To Financial Freedom

If I was able to only give people one piece of financial advice that would apply to young and old alike, those working for minimum wage and those who are high earning professionals, this would be it. What could it possibly be?

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The Three Keys To Business Success

It’s actually true. There truly are only three keys that have to be mastered in order to achieve business success. Forget about the thick two thousand page ‘bibles’ that will tell you everything from what color shoe laces you need to wear, to how often you should have lunch with your ex-wives. See, I’ve already made the assumption that if you’re a successful businessman you must have several …

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Why You Shouldn’t Retire

A recent survey reveals that less than fifty percent of the population aged 50-59 will have adequate investments to allow them to retire in relative comfort once they turn 65. For most of these people there is really only one solution, and that is…

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Join 2012’s Greatest Business Trend

North America is increasingly becoming a continent of small business entrepreneurs based on a recent bank report that shows a sharp increase in the number of people who have started their own businesses. The report, done in-house by a Canadian bank, draws from…

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Scentsy…There’s a Lot More to it Than Meets The Nose

In 2004 two friends began producing Scentsy candles based on a very simple principle. Produce something that is pleasing to one of the five human senses, and you have a marketable item. In this case, they chose to …

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When We Were Two (The Mind of a Child)

I sometimes work on weekends on the family farm doing a variety of odd jobs or whatever the time of the season calls for. I think of it as my sanity break, doing something that I truly enjoy doing, and the cares of the rest of the world just disappear. I had the idea for today’s post based on…

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Are You a Ball Player?

A few days ago I was talking to an older guy that I admire and respect greatly. I was doing a small job for him, setting tiles on his patio and front steps. It is time consuming work that requires some degree of concentration to make sure that…

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Complexity Kills: Score One For Simple

A short time ago, someone asked me what I thought the so called ‘secret to success’ was for companies that continue to grow and expand, while others are trapped in a dead zone. It isn’t an easy or a simple question to answer, because there are so many variables and it only takes…

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