I’ve sat down with many married couples to discuss their finances. When finances are combined, it’s a simple process. We can figure out the best way forward, according to their financial goals within the realm of their marriage. When the finances are separate, it complicates the process. I’m not saying it’s wrong, but it’s more difficult.
“Wherever you are, make sure you’re there,” said Dan Sullivan. Zig Ziglar says, “most people are thinking about their family while they’re at work, and thinking about work while they’re with their family.” Does that hit home with you? It does with me.
Habits are most easily built when you start small. Learning to start small is easiest when you are… small. Tiny Habits® is a system created by BJ Fogg, PhD, head of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. He’s been studying how people change behaviors for over 20 years, and now you can apply his research in your parenting.
It’s a scary time for the economy right now. Fear is causing panic, which means the stock market has been about as reliable as Social Security benefits. Everyone is worried about their retirement portfolio, as they’ve seen those double-digit percentage drops. But we, as Christians and rational people, don’t have to worry.
Do you plan to leave a legacy? What’s that mean to you? You may be considering your legacy, or you may be in a spot where you’re wondering if you’ll even have all your debt paid off in this lifetime. Let’s look at both scenarios, and see what the future holds.
I’ve seen articles with ideas on things to do when you’re stuck at home. I’ve kept the ideas that were the best use of your time, and solicited thousands of people for more ideas… which I got in waves. These ideas are pure gold.