“Think and Grow Rich” is a bestselling self-help book written by Napoleon Hill, published in 1937, that explores the psychology of success and wealth accumulation. The book emphasizes the power of the mind and the role of thoughts in achieving one’s goals and acquiring riches This content is evergreen and just as valuable today as it was back in the 1930s!
Here are a few steps you can take to make your money work for you in 2023: Start with an assessment of your financial situation. Knowing what you have, what you owe, and how much you can save is essential for making your money work for you. Develop a budget and make sure to stick […]
True financial freedom is possible when we apply God’s principles! His ways are always best!
For which of you, desiring to build a tower, does not first sit down and count the cost, whether he has enough to complete it? Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is not able to finish, all who see it begin to mock him, saying , ‘This man began to build and was […]
If you’re a homeowner, your house can do more than just consume cash flow–it can generate it as well! Here’s how… Rent out a unit, basement, or room of your house at a price that helps offset the cost of your mortgage. It’s really that simple! Let’s consider an example that demonstrates why this strategy […]
Financial freedom can be yours. I have worked these baby steps to help me gain control of my income.
We can walk through the process together. While it will not be easy it will be worth it.
“Being broke is Normal, Be WEIRD”, Dave Ramsey!
Here we are at round three. Waiting on a stimulus check can feel like a lifetime, but once you get it what do you do? Do you save it? Spend it? Pay bills? Or all three…. And no spending it and paying bills are not the same thing. Spending it refers to splurging on yourself. […]
Are you maximizing your ways to save money?
Should you solely rely on Social Security for a long period of time?
Yes, it’s called “Filial Responsibility!” Filial (or parental) responsibility laws obligate adult children to pay for their “indigent” parents’ food, clothing, shelter, and medical needs. If or when you fail to do so, nursing homes, hospitals, and other creditors can file lawsuits against the adult children to recover the cost of caring for the parents. […]