I love learning.
Just last week I published “Never Stop Learning: 40 Places to Get Free Education Online”.
I’m a college student. I read daily. I’m taking a course at Codecademy. I’m constantly involved in military education.
Obviously, I’m a big fan of continued education.
The problem is when we let the process trump the outcome.
When companies grow into large corporations, people start depending on them. Eventually, many other companies depend on them. If they keep growing, an entire country’s economy could depend on them.
What happens when one of these companies fail? What happens when they file for bankruptcy? Is that even possible or are they actually too big to fail?
It’s easy to see, after the Great Recession of 2007-2009, that no company is too big to fail. Here are some prime examples…
Sure, there are plenty of places to learn online.
You can always go to Google, YouTube and great blogs (like this one, right? Right?? Please tell me you love me!).
Those are all great places to find information, but you already know about those and it’s easy to get distracted at such broad websites – especially YouTube…have you ever fallen into the just-one-more-related-video-in-the-sidebar trap?
I spent a lot of time compiling these resources. Of course, I could have spent a lot more time, but you only live once – I’m using that phrase in the sense of time, not in the sense of making a really bad decision because YOLO. There are literally hundreds of thousands of hours worth of material here. We only have so many hours in our lives and going through all of these courses may take all of them, so I feel like I’ve listed enough.
Let’s dive in, starting with free college courses…
Investing in real estate has never been easier.
That doesn’t mean it costs any less, but the tools you need are out there.
When my wife and I bought our rental, we did all kinds of internet research and we used all the tools we could find to help along the way.
Buying and managing property is a breeze with all the online resources we have today.
Whether you’re looking to buy one rental home or several apartment buildings, here’s how the digital age is changing real estate…
What do Benjamin Franklin, Winston Churchill and Theodore Roosevelt have in common? A lot actually…but for the sake of this guide: journaling. They all kept a journal.
Notice how they didn’t just talk about keeping a journal. They didn’t just say they wanted to keep a journal. They actually did it. And it was a daily discipline. How often do we talk about implementing habits like this and never get around to it?
You may realize the importance of a journal. You may like the idea of keeping a journal. But do you do it?
The time is now. If you keep putting it off, you’ll be 90 years old, wishing you had written something to pass down.
And that’s just one of the reasons to keep a journal…
Purchasing a used car is an exciting experience. Buying the right set of wheels can lead to miles of happy memories.
However, buying the wrong car can cost you thousands of dollars overnight.
With 40 million used vehicles sold each year, the odds of coming across a lemon are higher than you think.
Many used vehicles have hidden problems, not easily spotted during an initial inspection. Other issues can appear after purchasing the vehicle.
You know the importance of sleep.
You know that you need to increase your energy to feel better throughout the day.
You know you want to be a morning person, but sometimes you just can’t drag yourself out of bed.
There’s a reason for that and it doesn’t always come down to diet and exercise, regardless of what most the popular articles want you to believe. The problem often dwells between your ears. It’s not a physical issue, it’s a mental one.
Here’s why you’re not getting up and how to actually wake up early…
I started this blog to help people.
I love finances and becoming more productive, which is why I aggressively learn everything I can about each one.
Over the years, in an effort to monetize this blog, I starting including advertisements withing the articles and in the sidebar. You may have noticed those ads disappearing lately. That’s because they are.
I’m killing the ads at MoneyMiniBlog. Here’s exactly why and how I’m replacing the income…