7 Tips from ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ that may help you save up QUICK!

There are some must-read books in personal finances that will help you develop good saving habits. Undergoing training and taking the time to read can help you improve economic control so you can become more financially literate and, ultimately, increase your financial freedom. While many manage perfectly well relying on their intuition to guide theirContinue reading “7 Tips from ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’ that may help you save up QUICK!”

5 Mind-Blowing Ways Your Senses Lie to You Every Day

We are so completely dependent on our five senses every moment of the day that we totally forget how full of crap they can be. Your reality is cobbled together from a bunch of different parts of your brain working in conjunction, and often it’s like a bickering conference room full of uncooperative co-workers. InContinue reading “5 Mind-Blowing Ways Your Senses Lie to You Every Day”

7 Major Obstacles to Success & Greatness

Everyone wants to succeed in what they do. We all strive for success in our endeavors. And many of us are determined to achieve greatness. As a result, we continuously ask ourselves how we can be more successful. We ponder about the different ways to accomplish success. In our quest for success, we come acrossContinue reading “7 Major Obstacles to Success & Greatness”

The Six Morning Routines that Will Make you Happier, Healthier and More Productive

Of all the different things you can try to improve your productivity, a morning routine is one of the most effective. There are a few reasons why morning routines are so useful. The first is obvious to anyone who has ever procrastinated, just getting started is often the hardest part. If you can start outContinue reading “The Six Morning Routines that Will Make you Happier, Healthier and More Productive”

How to Say “No” After Saying “Yes”

Saying no is never easy, but it’s particularly challenging after you’ve already said yes to a commitment. You may worry that backing out will burn bridges, cause you to be perceived as flaky or unreliable, or lead to you being labeled a poor team player. These fears are heightened for “sensitive strivers” — highly sensitiveContinue reading “How to Say “No” After Saying “Yes””

How Your Budget Compares to the Average

Not sure how your budget compares to the average American? Here’s what we learned, and what you can do to make sure that you are growing your net worth. What the Data Says Housing was the largest budget item followed by transportation then food.  Data shows that about a third of overall household spending goesContinue reading “How Your Budget Compares to the Average”

Debt Management Program Pros and Cons

Thinking of using a debt management plan? It’s smart to look into debt management program pros and cons first. You’ve got to know what you may be getting into, and what to avoid. Because like everything else, there are advantages and disadvantages to debt management plans. So let’s go over the benefits of using oneContinue reading “Debt Management Program Pros and Cons”

How to Feel Your Feelings and What that Will DO for your life ( Everything!)

Sometimes the last thing we want to do is feel our feelings. Because feeling can hurt. Feeling can make you cry in the laundromat. Feeling can make your face unattractively red in the frozen food aisle. Feeling can make you think this whole being human racket is not the best way to spend your time.Continue reading “How to Feel Your Feelings and What that Will DO for your life ( Everything!)”

Wealth Management is an Infinite Game. Are you a Good Player?

Wealth management (or the combination of comprehensive financial planning and investment management) is like a game. It comes with rules to follow. There are various players and strategies to the play itself. There are objectives and goals to achieve. But most people misunderstand the kind of game they play with wealth management. Failing to acknowledgeContinue reading “Wealth Management is an Infinite Game. Are you a Good Player?”

7 Ways to Reprogram Self-Defeating Thoughts

The quality of our thoughts impacts not only how we behave and interact with the world, but how we see ourselves, and ultimately, what we believe we’re capable of. This is why it’s so important to identify, and work on, self-defeating thoughts, or deeply held beliefs and ideas that are inherently limiting. It’s one thing toContinue reading “7 Ways to Reprogram Self-Defeating Thoughts”

How to Think Positive Thoughts When Feeling Negative

Positive thinking can lead to a lot of positive change in your life. Developing an optimistic outlook can be good for both your physical and mental health. But sometimes, certain situations arise in life that makes it hard to keep a positive outlook. Take steps to make positive thinking become more like your second natureContinue reading “How to Think Positive Thoughts When Feeling Negative”

Building an Emergency Fund for a Peace of Mind

Have you ever had a sudden expense that you did not expect? The question is not if but when. The next question is, how can you pay for a sudden expense? That is the purpose of an emergency fund: to make sure you can focus on the problem at hand and not end up withContinue reading “Building an Emergency Fund for a Peace of Mind”

Best Stay at Home Jobs in 2021

Do flexible, legitimate, good-paying stay at home jobs really exist? Yes! In fact, there are now more work from home jobs and ways to make money online available than there ever have been before. Who wouldn’t want to stay at home and get paid?  In this article, I am going to cover the absolute best stayContinue reading “Best Stay at Home Jobs in 2021”

8 Happy Habits That Will Change Your Outlook and Your Life

From how you wake up in the morning, to the work you do, to the food you eat, our behaviors are a reflection of our mood and state of mind. How we respond to circumstances and situations creates a ripple effect and then a change or a consequence. And everyday, we’re making tons of decisions,Continue reading “8 Happy Habits That Will Change Your Outlook and Your Life”

10 Things Unhappy People Do That You Shouldn’t Be Doing

Living an unhappy lifestyle only leads to a wasted lifetime. Life is short, so why waste a minute feeling upset about things that you can’t control? While we should all embrace our negative emotions instead of neglecting them, don’t let your sadness linger. If you want to live a happier life, take notes of whatContinue reading “10 Things Unhappy People Do That You Shouldn’t Be Doing”

People Who Talk to Themselves Are Geniuses

Studies reveal self-talk is one of the healthiest exercises for the brain. Something commonly linked with being crazy is very sane, and should be a part of our daily lives. Here are the reasons: It Stimulates Your Memory When you are talking to yourself, your sensory mechanism gets activated. It gets easier on your memory sinceContinue reading “People Who Talk to Themselves Are Geniuses”

The Five Most Important Reasons to Laugh

Life is not always funny. But if you are looking for some great physical and emotional reasons to laugh then you are going to LOVE our list. Check it out! 1. Laughter Helps Us Stay Positive Laughter can be an important tool for keeping our troubles in proportion, for realizing that things aren’t always asContinue reading “The Five Most Important Reasons to Laugh”

How Stress Can Change the Size of Our Brains and What We Can Do to Lower It

Stress is normal, and sometimes even good for us. Stress affects pretty much all of us at some point in our lives. The funny thing is, positive events like getting married or starting a new job can stress us out. Stress isn’t always a bad thing, though. In some cases it protects us from danger—inContinue reading “How Stress Can Change the Size of Our Brains and What We Can Do to Lower It”

How to Take a Nap: Benefits of Napping and Steps to Take

Tired is the new busy. While naps can help, they’re not always the trick to a well-rested existence. Read on to discover the various benefits of good naps, plus how to take a nap that leaves you feeling fully refreshed. What are the benefits of napping? When done properly (yes, there is a “right” wayContinue reading “How to Take a Nap: Benefits of Napping and Steps to Take”

5 Money Rules You Need to Live By

Have you ever thought of putting rules on your money? It is a pretty interesting concept. We tend to have rules for every other area of our life…how much to eat, how much we should watch TV, limiting the amount of social media, amount of time to brush our teeth, etc. Then, that love hateContinue reading “5 Money Rules You Need to Live By”

7 Ways To Truly Master Your Own Mind

Mastering our thoughts can be one of the hardest, yet most rewarding tools towards experiencing truly fulfilling lives. If you’re reading this, you probably already know that it’s possible to be the master of your own mind, but how often do you implement your phenomenal power do to so? The quality of our thoughts determinesContinue reading “7 Ways To Truly Master Your Own Mind”

Fear is Contagious. Here’s a simple way to protect yourself against it!

We go into a meeting, and one person’s on their cell phone so we take out ours. You can ‘catch’ behaviors from people you’ve never even come into contact with. One study suggests that if someone in your broader social network gains weight — even someone a degree or two removed from you — yourContinue reading “Fear is Contagious. Here’s a simple way to protect yourself against it!”

A Simple Formula for Staying Mentally Strong During Tough Times

At one time or another, your mental strength will be tested. Whether you’re dealing with a serious problem, or you’re faced with a financial crisis, tough times are inevitable. And it’s during those tough times that your mental strength will be tested. Without adequate mental strength, life’s inevitable challenges will likely fill you with self-doubtContinue reading “A Simple Formula for Staying Mentally Strong During Tough Times”

How to Prioritize Your Life: 12 Ways to Focus On What Matters

When you learn how to prioritize your life, you can focus with intention on what matters and accomplish your most important goals. Priorities are tricky. There are things you really want to prioritize — like spending more time with family, finding your passion in life, or starting a business. And there are things you have toContinue reading “How to Prioritize Your Life: 12 Ways to Focus On What Matters”

Business Ideas with low investments- Part 3

Can you really start a successful business out of your home? Yes you certainly can! Listed are real proven home business ideas in this article. Most of them are easy to start and require little experience. You can start them small and grow them at your own pace. Here are the best home business ideas:Continue reading “Business Ideas with low investments- Part 3”

Use These 3 Advertising Secrets As Motivation Hacks!

You can create some powerful motivation hacks by learning techniques from the persuasion business. The reason why you hate being micromanaged by your boss is the same reason why, as a kid, you refused to put your coat on when your mom told you to bundle up. We’re all wired with a knee-jerk “don’t tellContinue reading “Use These 3 Advertising Secrets As Motivation Hacks!”

Emotional Intelligence & Kindness: Our Responses Make a Difference

How we respond to our challenges, express our emotions, and interact with others is more than a gut reaction. They’re key skills we can use to make a difference. What really matters for success, character, happiness, and life long achievements is a definite set of emotional skills — your EQ — not just purely cognitiveContinue reading “Emotional Intelligence & Kindness: Our Responses Make a Difference”

8 Surprising Habits That Harm Your Brain Health

We all want to stay sharp as we age. But unhealthy choices and unintentional missteps could be messing with your brain health. Here, Rahul Jandial shares which harmful habits are hampering your brainpower, plus tips to keep your cognitive function in fighting shape. 1. Sitting All Day. Sitting all day is detrimental to your overallContinue reading “8 Surprising Habits That Harm Your Brain Health”

My Cure All – Colloidal Silver

Silver’s medicinal use can be seen as far back as silver vessels to keep liquids fresh, or storing wine; to even putting silver dollars in milk to keep it from spoiling. Silver leaf was also put into wounds to fight off infections.  Long before the advent of pharmaceuticals, silver was used as a germicide, antibioticContinue reading “My Cure All – Colloidal Silver”

The Value of Anger: 16 Reasons It’s Good to Get Angry

The angry man is aiming at what he can attain, and the belief that you will attain your aim is pleasant. -Aristotle Anger has a negative reputation when compared to positive emotions such as happiness, enthusiasm, and hope. Perhaps the lack of respect for anger is rooted in social and cultural reasons, as well asContinue reading “The Value of Anger: 16 Reasons It’s Good to Get Angry”

The Importance of Knowing What You Want

If you don’t know what you want, it’s difficult to ask for or get it. If you are like most people, you’re quick to say definitively what you don’t want but struggle to speak clearly about what you do want. It’s time to switch that up and get super clear on what you want—if youContinue reading “The Importance of Knowing What You Want”

If You Think that Imagination Has Nothing to Do With Reality, You Are Wrong

The Wright brothers wanted to fly, and people considered them lunatics. Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison were considered as daydreamers, when actually, they were visualizing and imagining their vision. Whatever they were imagining years ago, is now a solid reality. Most people tend to treat imagination as something that has nothing to do with reality,Continue reading “If You Think that Imagination Has Nothing to Do With Reality, You Are Wrong”

How to Find Power and Confidence in a Crisis

Overcoming obstacles begins with eliminating distractions, according to Cuddy. In times of crisis, don’t look to the past or the future for answers. Staying present, Cuddy explains, can help you approach difficult situations with composure and find solutions with confidence. “It’s the power to bring yourself forward to express your most confident, competent, trustworthy, decent, awesomeContinue reading “How to Find Power and Confidence in a Crisis”

Business Ideas with low investments- Part 2

You’ve always wanted to start a business. You’re tired of working for someone else, and you’d love the flexibility and responsibility of running your own company. The trouble is, you don’t have a whole lot of starting capital—or any, for that matter. Which probably means you’re out of luck, right? Wrong! Here are businesses thatContinue reading “Business Ideas with low investments- Part 2”

7 Powerful Reasons Why You Should Believe in Yourself

Some people say it’s resources, luck, background or connections that create successful people. Whereas I surely agree that all these and many other factors influence the path of every individual, the most contributing factor to achieving something significant is self-belief. Without this key ingredient, there’s not a lot that could help you. To put yourself onContinue reading “7 Powerful Reasons Why You Should Believe in Yourself”

6 Ways to Embrace Change Positively

Whether you’re experiencing change as you transition from college to the real world, switching career paths, or dealing with something unexpected in life, here are some ways you can deal with change efficiently and positively.   1. Acknowledge the change  Don’t brush things under the rug. That’s a surefire way to go into denial andContinue reading “6 Ways to Embrace Change Positively”

8 Surprisingly Effective Hacks For Getting That Negative Voice Out Of Your Head

Most of us are familiar with that negative voice in our head: The one that tells us we aren’t good enough, that we should stop trying, that we aren’t worthy. But just because that voice exists doesn’t mean we are stuck with it, and there are a number of ways to stop negative talk inContinue reading “8 Surprisingly Effective Hacks For Getting That Negative Voice Out Of Your Head”

Benefits of using a Tuning Fork

Have you heard about Tuning Forks? Tuning Forks is based on the principle that everything in the Universe is made of vibration. Sound Healing is possible because our human bodies are not solid. Our bodies are rhythmic and harmonic. Disease can indicate we have gone out of tune or the vibrational rate of the bodyContinue reading “Benefits of using a Tuning Fork”

Five Reasons Why You Should Ask For Help More Often

Asking for help is often taken as a sign of weakness. Most people would tell you to exhaust all measures before you make yourself vulnerable in front of others. And yes, when you tell others you could do with their helping hand, it’s taken as a sign of vulnerability. Unfortunately, that is a negative mindsetContinue reading “Five Reasons Why You Should Ask For Help More Often”

Business Ideas with low investments- Part 1

Today we see many dynamic people want to quit 9 to 5 job and start their own business, but a majority are running out of Business Ideas. In order to help them we will break down small business ideas into about 5 blog posts. These business ideas are low-cost & easy to implement. These businessContinue reading “Business Ideas with low investments- Part 1”

The Importance of Doing Things We Are Bad At

“…. If you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world.” – Neil Gaiman For most abandoned goals or resolutions, it’s convenient to blame our own lack of willpower or self-control, but in the case of goals or wishes relating to ourContinue reading “The Importance of Doing Things We Are Bad At”

The Importance of Self-Reliance

Learning to rely on yourself is an important strength to have. There are often times where we cannot reach out to a friend or family member. We must be able to help get ourselves through the difficult moment, without alcohol or drug use. Of course, support systems are incredibly necessary. However, you have to beContinue reading “The Importance of Self-Reliance”

Questions to Ask Before Making a Major Financial Decision

A major financial decision can be a surefire way to completely paralyze us. Even a small financial decision can be intimidating. So, when we’re faced with a major financial decision, the stress compounds. We’re often stuck feeling, well, stuck – and a little trapped. Does this sound like you? If you’re facing a major financialContinue reading “Questions to Ask Before Making a Major Financial Decision”

Emotional Intelligence and Kindness: Our Responses Make a Difference.

How we respond to our challenges, express our emotions, and interact with others is more than a gut reaction. They’re key skills we can use to make a difference. What is Emotional Intelligence?  How we respond to our challenges, express our emotions, and interact with others is more than a gut reaction. Our responses areContinue reading “Emotional Intelligence and Kindness: Our Responses Make a Difference.”

How Practicing Gratitude Can Impact Your Finances

Do you have an attitude of gratitude when it comes to your money? As silly as this may sound, practicing gratitude in your financial life can have a positive impact on your habits, mindset, and more.  When you incorporate gratitude into your financial plan, you’re able to slow down and make better money decisions. YouContinue reading “How Practicing Gratitude Can Impact Your Finances”

Learn Something New Every Day! The Importance Of Lifelong Learning

The rate at which we learn during our first, most crucial years on earth is extraordinary. Presented with a strange, new world and with little else to do other than make sense of the many new and exciting things that we are faced with; we enter this world keen, ruthless learners. As we progress throughContinue reading “Learn Something New Every Day! The Importance Of Lifelong Learning”

5 Valuable Life Lessons Struggle and Hardship Teaches You

When faced with difficulties as human beings, our natural reaction is to avoid the situation rather than power through it. Years of evolution have wired our brains to seek the comfort of the familiar and avoid the discomfort that comes with new and challenging experiences. When you experience fear, whether physical or psychological, the partContinue reading “5 Valuable Life Lessons Struggle and Hardship Teaches You”