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First, we learned that making your bed every day is a good step toward productivity. Now, there's a whole new look at the morning routine that can help us reach our goals more effectively. Hal Elrod studied the morning routines of... more

Friday is a time to spend a little QT with #teamdebtfree. The question comes for Ebony M. She wants to know what to do first - save or pay off debt. I have a few thoughts on that topic.

The fourth and final lesson I'm gleaning from Phyllis this week is the need for persistence. I'm only on Day 22 of my Tangle with a Trespasser and already I've made a few mistakes, potentially cost myself an unnecessary $260, and wasted... more

Lesson #2 learned from this squatter applies directly to getting out of debt. I have work to do because Phyllis isn't going away on her own. You have work to do because debt will not magically disappear. Working through debt is not easy, but... more

I purchased a house through a foreclosure auction. It came with a squatter who is refusing to leave. This house is part of my plan to achieve financial freedom. I am learning, from this squatter, that financial plans aren't always easy. They aren't... more

Quick tips for setting up and running an effective accountability team meeting.

When inviting potential accountability partners to participate in a money group, you want to nail down a few specifics. This helps people determine if the group is a good fit. I give you three questions to answer.

Remember, the research shows that you are more likely to reach your goals if you: 1. Write them down. 2. Share them with a friend. 3. Review them weekly. But not every friend makes the best accountability partner. We'll look at three... more

I'm catching up with three Midday Money Show - minute topics in one episode. #1 Not talking about your salary. This taboo is set up to help employers not you. Here how sharing your salary can help you be open to opportunities. #2 Not... more

I invite you into a private conversation that's been happening for years. I have a number of girlfriends who are open to talking about a tough topic - money. You'll hear from one of my money mentors and a contemporary in this... more
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