These 3 Habits Could Be Behind Your Lack Of Success
If you want something out of life — a better body, more income, better relationships, and so on — it’s going to take sustained effort over a long period. That effort does not have to be superhuman every day, but it needs to be there.
Here's How I'd Become Financially Free If I Was 18 Again
Hindsight is really 20-20. Or, in this case, 20–21. Over the last 6 months, I’ve immersed myself in learning about financial independence, building your skills, and living a life without financial worry. I’ve started to make moves toward not only becoming financially literate but taking financial action.
This Simple Math Equation Is Your Secret Weapon For Success
I sucked at Math from ages 6–11. I was more of a writer. At 12, I got an amazing teacher who changed my perspective on the subject. He’d constantly show us that Math is everywhere, and it’s crucial to how we live our lives. From there, I was hooked. Now, I don’t hesitate to show my 6-year-old daughter the power of Math, and she seems to be shaping up to be a lot better than I was at her age.
Answer These 3 Questions For More Peace, Balance, And Happiness In Your Life
As the song goes, Cash Rules Everything Around Me. Yes, I know. We need to get the money. Once you build wealth, you can funnel it into other parts of your life. But now everyone’s focused on the money to the point where it’s getting stressful, overwhelming, and downright annoying.
Don't Forget These 3 Other Types Of Wealth
We're going through a gold rush right now. It's easier than ever to make money. You don't even need to put in much effort or have immense talent anymore. I've not been employed by conventional means for over two years and I simply use my existing skills to earn a living. And if I'm honest, I'm not even doing the best that I can right now.
What Netflix Won't Tell You About Medellín, Colombia
It's 3:54 AM on Tuesday 17th April. I'm sitting in Medellín's José María Córdova International Airport. I'm awaiting our flight back home, through Miami, quietly contemplating the last 30 days my family and I spent here. Like everyone else that I told in the weeks leading up to the trip, I too had my reservations about Colombia. My girlfriend suggested the trip as I was transitioning out of a job. It would be a good opportunity to change gears and figure out our next move. We'd take our three-year-old out of school for the rest of the term and check it out. It took some convincing from her, but I was eventually sold (she also had my credit card information, so all the chips were against me). My family and friends, not so much. Their comments ranged from: