Passive income is as important as the water in this river.
Good day all! I have some serious fugging questions you need to ask yourself…
Do you know the importance of passive income?
If you were making an extra $500 in passive income a month, how would that impact your life? Would you buy that car you always wanted knowing that money will pay your car note each month? Would you be less stressed when it’s time to pay your bills? What difference would it make in your life today? Continue reading Importance of Passive Income
Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits
Just a quick list showing what the rich do differently than the poor based on Tom Corley’s book Rich Habits The Daily Habits of Successful Individuals. Take a look at the list and see how many you are already doing and look at the one’s you need to work on.
70% of wealthy eat less than 300 junk food calories per day. 97% of poor people eat more than 300 junk food calories per day. 23% of wealthy gamble. 52% of poor people gamble.
Continue reading Tom Corley’s Rich Habits- 20 Habits You Need to Follow
Please forgive for not citing the source, but I read somewhere recently that if you are debt free and you have at least $10 in your name, you are wealthier than 25% of Americans! I repeat, if you are debt free and you have at least $10 in your name, you are wealthier than 25% of Americans!
All I have to say is wow. Isn’t that eye-opening?! I mean here in America, $10 fugging dollars and no debt places you in a special group that few people will never see in their lifetimes. We really live in a world of credit do we? Continue reading $10 in Your Pocket and No Debt Makes You Special
Hey the few who have visited my site over the past year, but I am on a warpath to financial freedom!!
I have made a few career decisions that will change my life forever. While scary. I’m still in transition mode but things are moving fast! Like Steve Harvey said in this YouTube clip, you have to just jump to be successful, and that’s what I’m doing. Those who are reading this are not ordinary so we all need to stop acting that way.
Enough about me…What have everyone been up to?
Have you removed debt from your life? Are you on the right track to debt freedom?
Have you separated your good debt from your bad debt? Do you even know the difference?
Have you evaluated your reasons why you are in debt? I did and I made some dumb decisions in the past!
Did you check out my blog roll of cool fugging blogs that will help you get out of debt?
Are you spending like you’re poor and earning like you’re rich? If not read this from the Root of Good.
Did you create an emergency fund yet? If you did, were you thankful like Kali Hawlk
Are you working on your exit plan from Corporate America? Don’t regret it like in this story from Studenomics
Are you listening to any good podcasts on your way to work like I do? Here are some great podcasts from PTMoney. Take a listen!
You Gotta Jump to be Successful!
Very true s#$^ indeed. Take chances in life because you only have one. All successful people have a story to tell. What will your story be? Always remember that to be awesome, you have to do awesome things! See you all soon on the beach!!
FinCon Held in New Orleans -2014
As a somewhat new blogger, I am still trying to make my mark in the financial blogging world. I see improvements in not only my writing skills that I haven’t used since college, but also my own finances just from learning from others bloggers and podcasts. By becoming a regular reader of many blogs one of the most common items of discussions in the recent past was the annual Financial Bloggers Conference or FinCon which was held in September.
FinCon14 a peer conference for the financial media community which includes bloggers, podcasters, and anyone else within the financial service community. Here you network, educate, and discover new trends in money and personal finance.
Not going to the conference was a bummer because I missed out on tons of information, missed out on the networking aspect, and the added motivation I would have received by talking to the many successful people who attended. Not all is lost though by not going as I am an optimistic dude who tries to find the positives when I can. Continue reading 4 Fugging Benefits of Not Attending FinCon ’14