The quickest path to a pay raise [roundup]

In 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…

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How mindfulness saves you money

Mindfulness 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…

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Wealth building in 30 minutes a week

When I do anything effectively, the first step is always carving out time in my schedule—nothing happens if I don’t do this.  Most people only need 30 minutes per week to be a success at wealth building.  What you do in this time may be different each time, and will definitely evolve as you become…

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How to simplify your money decisions

I’ve noticed when people get stressed or frustrated about an area of their lives, they tend to over-complicate what it’s going to take to fix it.  Money included. Is your decision criterion for money decisions super complicated, or simple?  And how much more would you get done if you stopped thinking that every money decision…

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Insanely useful money resources roundup

Here’s a little roundup of money resources I’ve come across and bookmarked for you!  Read on… The Simple Dollar’s Trent Hamm did an awesome post recently: Everything I’ve Learned About Personal Finance in 10 Sentences (super useful if you’re inching your way into thinking about this stuff!) For entrepreneurs, if you’re building a business, you might…

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How to avoid being a victim of fraud

Last week, I was looking over what charges had cleared my business checking account, and I came across something odd: a charge for $80 at a Kroger’s in Cold Springs, Kentucky. I wasn’t in Kentucky (I’m in Seattle), so clearly someone had perpetrated fraud on my account! I immediately called my bank and had them…

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