Having your own car is both a luxury and a pain in the butt.
Should you focus on habits or goals? What do you think?
Our family of six took a two-day trip to Venice, Italy for just over $400.
Oh, the seasons of life. Right now I’m in the “married with four children” season.
When I decided to get out of debt, I turned to many side jobs. Construction was one of those side jobs.
I’ve never dealt with worry like I have over the last few months.
I want to share a simple truth with you that will change the way you think about the products you buy and the habits you build.
A colleague asked me a question that prompted this blog post. It’s going to focus on my daily rituals and all of my most important daily habits.
I’m going to share a simple philosophy with you today. But the impact it will have on your life is HUGE, if you apply it. Take two minutes to read about it and start applying it right now.
The Little Book That Beats the Market is a classic book on investing in the stock market. Here are his main ideas, and the “magical formula” he uses.
You’re going to love this. Why? Because it’s easy, and it works. Two of my favorite things.
These are 25 extremely valuable productivity blogs that I highly recommend. It took me weeks to compile and write this list.
These are 25 blogs you should at least be subscribed to. I’m going to give you a brief summary on each blog, as well as their focus. And no, I’m not getting paid to include any of these.
Saving your first $1000 emergency fund can be difficult.
You may be in debt, and barely making ends meet, and then you start a plan like Dave Ramsey’s “Baby Steps,” and the first step is to save $1000.
You’re thinking “I can’t even pay my water bill, how am I supposed to save $1000?”
Well, I’m not going to say these ways are easy, but they are effective, and if you’re willing to put in the work, you can get $1000 saved very quickly, Anyone can.
Our life isn’t as logical as we like to think.
You may plan your goals perfectly, but when the time comes for action, it doesn’t work out.
That happens to all of us, because our emotions affect our decisions. We don’t think about that when we set goals.
A 2014 study shows how our emotions affect our logical decisions. So how do you deal with that? You have to make these decisions and set your goals when you’re in a logical state, and then push through when you’re thinking emotionally. Easier said than done.
Don’t worry, I’ve summed up five of the most common emotional thoughts that will destroy your goal progress. Once you acknowledge that these thoughts exist, you can fight them off.