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Some thoughts from Stevers at the Stever Robbins Company: “A Fable that Starts True: Extraordinary People Producing Ordinary Results A young man—college student—with a goatee and headphones sat across from me on the subway. Hunched over a book, he was wearing cargo pants, a T-shirt, several bracelets, and many necklaces. The knapsack in his lap [...]

Happy New Year, everyone. I’m working on an article for tomorrow on small ways to help improve personal finances. I didn’t want to publish the article prematurely so I decided to reflect on ambitions for the coming year. Here are some current goals that have been a work in progress for months now, so none [...]

I hope everyone had an awsome holiday. I’m ready to hibernate for a few weeks due to the enormous amount of food I’ve consumed during the past three days. There have been so many different blessings in my life this year and so much to truly be grateful for. And as we settle back into [...]

“Oh, burp, my tummy’s nice and full!” (aka, what your piggy bank should be saying this New Years) Darren Rowse is sponsoring a massive writing project over at ProBlogger in celebration of the coming New Year. Go check it out to win over $2,000 in various cool prizes (all winners are chosen at random simply [...]

Manifest Your Destiny Starting Now Baby Step #9 – If you dream it and believe it, you can conceive it and achieve it. A gentleman named Alex IMed me a few questions pertaining to inspirational Dream Coach Marcia Wieder. I’m not too familiar with her work, but I do know that David Bach, author of [...]

Nonsensical musings on the spiritual laws that gravitate around my finances “There is no statement so absurd that no philosopher will make it” – Cicero Money is a necessity. It’s something we spend many long hours working hard for. To accumulate a mass amount of wealth by the end of our lives somehow signifies a [...]

I just read an article over at Violent Acres that resonated strongly with me. It’s an excellent read that illustrates the madness of what debt can do, and the sobering reality of how it affects everyone regardless of stature. It’s a two-part provocative story and definitely worth heading over for a look. Go take a [...]

Baby  Step #5 – Simple techniques can go a long way in improving overall happiness. It doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. Recent research is challenging the notion that attaining happiness is a futile pursuit.  In fact, some relatively simple steps have resulted in excellent long-term results and decreased depressive qualities. Here’s a quick  snippet; "Happiness [...]

Baby Step #1 – Removing the useless clutter from my life I have to admit, I am notorious for being a huge packrat. I’ve decided to take advantage of my days off from classes this week. My primary goal before Turkey Day is to go through my home and remove all the useless clutter that [...]

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