All of us have at least one reason why we get up and go out (or work from home) to try to make a living. For most of us, it’s survival: paying for food, clothing, or shelter. For a growing number of others, it also involves getting out of debt. Unfortunately, for most of us, our financial motivation is Continue reading “What’s Your Bigger Financial Motivation – Or Do You Even Have One?”
During my many years in the workforce, I’ve come across all types of people, from the hopelessly lazy to the most industrious and every type in between. But one thing that most people have in common, regardless of their ambition level, is the tendency to have no real goals or plans in mind when it comes to what to do with the money they earn.
What I find to be one of the saddest things Continue reading “So, How’s Working Hard Been Working for You?”
The peculiarity of most people is perhaps no more apparent than how they deal with money. I find that one of the funniest phenomenons is that of the idea that you’re “saving money” by buying something on sale. A person might drop $1,000 on a new T.V. that’s on sale, for example, but be more excited by the fact that the regular price was $1,300 and therefore claim that they “saved” $300. No, they actually didn’t save a single dollar – they just spent one thousand of them! However, so few people seem to see things this way when it comes to retail spending.
Retailers have most people brain-washed into thinking that Continue reading “Why Does Everybody Love a Sale Except When it’s the Stock Market?”