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Interview with entrepreneur & money rebel @AmyOscar

Posted on July 29, 2014 | By Mindy Crary

Amy MR BlogI’m taking a break from producing the full Money Rebel magazine (you can download prior issues here), but here’s an amazing entrepreneur I just had to share with you, Amy Oscar!  Here’s her entire interview.


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The quickest path to a pay raise [roundup]

Posted on July 22, 2014 | By Mindy Crary

Quickest path to a pay raise_blog pictureIn order to be successful, entrepreneurs are required to work on all of those internal and external issues that prevent them from earning the pay they deserve . . . because at the end of the day, we’re the only ones holding ourselves back, be it in a specific, practical way, or simply by how we perceive the situation.  And this is also true of people who are still employed! 


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How mindfulness saves you money

Posted on July 15, 2014 | By Mindy Crary

How Mindfulness Saves You Money - BlogMindfulness is an essential ingredient in a healthy relationship to money; when you’re mindful about what you spend and how you make financial decisions, everything supports your intentions and higher values.  When you ignore mindfulness—maybe because you’re stressed or don’t even HAVE a clear vision of what you want your money to do for you—you tend to waste money. (more…)

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Here’s the biggest obstacle to wealth and what you can do about it

Posted on July 8, 2014 | By Mindy Crary

biggest obstacle to wealth - blog photoI know it’s frustrating to feel like your goal is so far from reach, especially when wealth might solve a variety of issues you’re experiencing right now.  Here’s the key to finally feeling some peace and making progress in accumulating wealth. (more…)

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Do you hate where you’re at with your money? How to get back on the path to prosperity.

Posted on July 1, 2014 | By Mindy Crary

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It’s hard to deal with financial hardship.  When I first started my business and very little money was coming in, I noticed that no one was as generous with me as I had been with them when I had been making good money during graduate school.  A lot of my “friends” disappeared or moved on when I quit paying for everything.  I realized that I actually needed relatively little money to survive and got back on the path to prosperity pretty quickly!


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