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Category Archives: Personal Accountability
I’m always looking at financial statistics and surveys and I came across one recently that really caught my attention. According to a 2011 survey done by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) 59 percent of parents are providing, or … Continue reading
Looking back at the blog archives on this site, there have been over 300 posts made in less than two years. Up until now every post has been me sharing my thoughts and ideas of how to better handle your … Continue reading
One of our family’s financial goals in 2012 is to replace one of our cars. I have to be honest; I dislike the whole car buying process. It is not something I enjoy and find it to be very unenjoyable. … Continue reading
It is weird to write about dying, especially on a financial blog. But the fact is that five out of every five people end up dying. The question you need to ask yourself today is, if you died today would … Continue reading
Whatever subject you are interested in improving in, whether it is weight loss, parenting, marriage, faith, or personal finance, you always need to be continually learning in that subject. Even if you are an adult and well past your “school … Continue reading
There is a tendency today in our culture to lay low and try not to stick out. Be normal, average, and a conformist. That is why it is usually a shock to most when a couple sits down with me … Continue reading
A few weeks ago on the podcast I had Josh Gordon of the Non-Conformist family as a guest. We talked about a variety of topics such as how he and his family live on about $2,000 a month. What really … Continue reading
We have this belief in our culture that what happens in our youth does not have any impact to us when we become adults. The attitude of having fun and worrying about the consequences of our decisions later as well … Continue reading
Listen to this episode It has happened to us all at least once. Maybe it was with co-workers, or while out with some friends, or even sitting around the dinner table with family during the holidays, but we have all … Continue reading