Tag: debt

The Failure of Credentials (part 2/2)

Arsenio Foreword: Jiun went through the same thing I went through.  While I was sitting outside one morning after USA’s basketball team got ripped apart by the greeks in the FIBA World Championships in 2006, I was talking to a friend (at the time)…

Is A Four-Year Degree Worth It? What’s Education?

First, it was a couple of comments on Gary Vee’s Linkedin, stating that Gary Vee was going over-the-top in terms of his comments about reading books.  He said, “reading is ridiculous.  Stop reading and more action.” Reading changed my life completely.  I went from…

Napoleon Hill – How To Overcome The Fear of Poverty

First, scissor up those plastic cards that lay either idle, or accessible in your wallets and purses.  It’s time to pay virtually cash for everything.  Oh, and this comment is specifically for my Thais here in Thailand – DON’T PAY OFF DEBT WITH CREDIT…

Napoleon Hill – The Slavery of Debt

Paying for something you can’t afford.  Ring a bell? You dig into your wallet and pullout that flashy master card, which has “debt-ridden” all over it.  You slide that card or insert it into the machine – little do you know what you’ve just…

Lisa Nichols – Financial Readiness Assessment

This assessment is simply finding out where you are right now and where you want to be in the future.  A lot of people aren’t aware of a lot of things including spending, savings, debt, etc. So this assessment and the podcasts I have…

Jack Canfield – Master The Spending Game

How much did you spend last year?  How much did you spend last month? How much did you spend yesterday? Amazing, isn’t it?  Spending too much can wreak havoc on our financial goals and life.  It keeps you in debt, prevents you from savings…

Loading cart ...