What I Learned from the Prosperity Game

I like to look at the way I think about money. I’ve learned, through the process of becoming debt free, that each dollar counts. I can make the choice of what I want to do with it, and those small decisions can change what I experience in life. Recently I’ve been trying to learn more…

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Setting Personal Goals – My 2010 Goals

I like to think of myself as a transparent person. In real life (not that blogging isn’t real life, but well you know) if you were to ask me how much money I made, what I pay for my mortgage or what my goals for the future are, I would gladly tell you. I think…

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Millionaire Series Part 1 – The WHY

This is part 1 post 3 of the Millionaire series, click here to read post 1 and post 2. Goals are important to have, but if you only have goals you are missing a key ingredient. The WHY. Why you want to achieve your goals is the foundation to obtaining them. It is the missing ingredient…

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Why YOU Need To Be a Millionaire

If you think that you will be ok financially without having at least a million dollars, you may be wrong. Why? Because in 1950 a million dollars was a huge amount of money. Today that million dollars is not worth the same. Our money loses it’s purchasing power. We all hear about inflation and how…

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Millionaire Series Part 1 – The Goal is Set – Now What?

This is the second article in the Millionaire Series Part 1. You can find the Secret to Goal Setting here. Now What? Once you have figured out where you are now, where your destination is and you have written them down in goal format, you may say, “Ok, but now what?” The next step is…

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Millionaire Series Part 1 – The Secret to Goal Setting

Why do you need a goal? You need a goal for three reasons. So you know where you are currently, where you are going, and when you have arrived. It’s just like taking a trip. Let’s say I am in Atlanta, GA, and want to take a trip to Tokyo, Japan. Without knowing where I…

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