I’m a recovering productivity junkie. I’ve been around the productivity world. It’s weird since I also consider myself a minimalist. Sometimes it mixes. Sometimes it doesn’t. But these are principles anyone can use to find whatever success means to you.
Don’t Idolize Minimalism (Or, How We Organized Our Garage)
Look for minimalist tips on organizing and you’ll see a lot of, “the best way to organize is to minimize” or “having less stuff is better than organizing what you have.” I agree with those points. We embrace minimalism. But recently, we organized our garage… and we didn’t minimize all of our stuff.
Don’t Just Teach Your Kids to Set Goals, Teach Them to Do This
In this video, we’re talking about goals, but goals are useless without systems. Here’s how to create systems and how to teach your kids to create systems that will achieve all of their goals. You don’t need even goals if you have the right systems in place.
8 Things That Keep You Financially Insecure (And How to Win the Battle)
In this video, we’re talking about the things that can keep all of us financially insecure. I give you a lot of data and stats to show some of the reasons we need to overcome these insecurities. We also talk about how to overcome all of these insecurities – practical ways.
The Dangers of a Child-Centered Home (And What to Do Instead)
In this video, we cover 6 reasons it’s dangerous to center your home around your children. We also talk about the healthy way a home should function and how to create a better environment for your kids by not centering your world around them.
6 Ways to Save Your First $1,000 Quickly
There are many reasons you may need to save $1,000 quickly. If you follow dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps, the first step is to get a $1,000 emergency fund. Or you may just want $1,000 in the bank to feel a little more comfortable.
How to Teach Your Kids About Passive Income (6 Ways Kids Can Earn It)
Passive income: making money while you sleep. Sounds great, right? This is the entire idea behind “retirement.” I use quotations, because most people nowadays agree that retirement simply means not having to work — it doesn’t mean doing absolutely nothing (how retirement used to be viewed).
How to Teach Your Teen About Money (Even if You’re Just Now Starting)
In this video, we talk about the practical money lessons your teen needs to know before they move out. We also talk about how to instill these lessons and ideas. There’s still hope even if they’ve already moved out (I mention the solution for that in the end).