Many times, you see a market that looks really promising and as such, you can see lots of young, inexperienced entrepreneurs rush in to try to make a buck. Often, in these cases, the only people who make any money are the ones selling these would-be business magnates the tools they need to get started […]
Making More Money - Attitude and Practical Actions
Believe it or not, the secret to wealth does not depend on how much money you make. Your investing and budgeting are far more important. But once good investing and budgeting habits are firmly in place, it’s obviously easier to move ahead faster if you make more money. The following articles help you obtain the right attitude and succeed at work.
Posts in this category talk about your money mindset and how to turn it around as well as providing practical tactics to move ahead at work much faster. There is a treasure trove of nuggets in this category just waiting for you to scoop up and implement.
You have probably heard about the Proofread Anywhere course, General Proofreading Theory and Practice, and maybe you’re wondering now if investing in that course is worth it or not. It’s a good question – and by the time you finish reading this extensive deep-dive Proofread Anywhere review, you’ll know your answer. And most important; you’ll know […]
You may have heard about people earning big bucks sharing their home with travelers through Airbnb practically being an Airbnb host. You might even be part of the Airbnb community already. You are if you ever used the service to find a place to stay for yourself in the past. Should you take it to […]
Most people who read personal finance blogs are keenly interested in ways to make more money. I get it. Everyone wants to make more money. But occasionally, it’s smart to stop and ask yourself why you want to bring in more bucks. Few people, myself included, do this. There is nothing wrong with trying to […]
Big changes to your income (up or down) can throw you for a loop and bring up puzzling questions. If the income suddenly inflates, does that give you license to spend like a drunken sailor? If your income drops all of a sudden, should you ignore it and hope for the best or should you […]
The following is a guest post with a compelling argument for focusing on growing your income rather than on cutting costs. I think balance is always helpful but I do think that Kayla raises some great points. After you read through this post, let us both know what you think please. When it comes to […]