Your Money Thoughts Drive Your Business Results

You know you need to invest more in your business, but you worry your clients will leave if you raise prices to cover the new expense. You’re buried up to your eyeballs in work and your husband and kids hardly know you anymore, but you still haven’t hired help. You missed your profitability target last…

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Money Thoughts from a Recovering Manifester

There have been many books written on manifesting, particularly on the subject of money.  These include Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich], published in 1937, and Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret from 2006.    And perhaps one of the most well-documented examples of money manifestation is Jim Carey’s decision in 1985 to write himself a check for $10 million dollars, payable ten years in the…

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Money Beliefs To Change Now

The brain is a powerful piece of machinery churning out thoughts at an amazing rate. In a recently written article, Ben Hardy states, “In 2005, the National Science Foundation published an article showing that the average person has between 12,000 and 60,000 thoughts per day.” Let’s just pick a number somewhere in the middle to…

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Five Strategies to Deal with any Business Crisis

When our twins were four or five years old, we drove from our home in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania out to Hershey Park for what we thought would be a day of family fun and magical memories.  The day started off true to form with lots of great rides and experiences for us, for our girls and…

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There have been many books, articles, courses and other publications written on the topic of goal setting.  As an entrepreneur you know that you alone are responsible for setting and ultimately achieving the goals you establish in your business.  You may have help, love and support from family, from friends, from your employees and even…

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Most people you talk to do not like paying any more in taxes than they absolutely have to by law.  Fortunately taxpayers will be getting some relief. If you’re married and filing jointly making between $165,001-$315,000, you’ll pay 24% when you file your 2018 taxes in 2019.  This compares to 28% for the roughly equivalent…

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9 Strategies for Successful Rental Real Estate Investing

For a variety of reasons, the rate of home ownership in the United States is declining at a steady rate.  Since 2006, home ownership has declined from 70% of the population to 64%. With roughly 329 million people in the country as of October 2018, this leaves approximately 118 million citizens who are looking to…

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I’m No Lawyer, But the Short Answer is…. Probably not.  For those who promote the use of living trusts, the general logic is that this is the single, best document that will help you avoid costly probate proceedings when passing assets to your heirs.  And while this technically may be true, in most cases there…

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Net Worth

It’s Not About Just About Income, Net Worth is the True Story When many people talk about their personal finances, most of the focus goes toward income.  And while your salary is important, a bigger determinant of your long-term financial success is to regularly calculate and track your net worth. This post starts off with…

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Reverse Mortgage

I Sign the Line & Get a Big Pile of Money – How Bad Can it Be? Many retirees in need of fast cash are asking themselves, “Should I get a reverse mortgage?” If you’re in this boat, it may be interesting for you to know that reverse mortgages have actually been around since the…

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