(The following is an abbreviated transcription from a video Linda & I. Please excuse any typos or errors.) Do you think like a poor person? I found this article on medium.com that states, “if you want to be rich, you need to stop thinking like a poor person.” I read through it, and I don’t […]
(The following is a transcription from a video Linda and I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) You’re burning your hard earned money if you do these eight things often. Are you doing these eight things? I hope not. So, we just found this article and haven’t read through it to know what these […]
(The following is a transcription from a video Lauren and I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) If you’re looking to find unclaimed money that might be owed to you without having to pay any money to find out, you’re going to love this article. You just might be one of those lucky people […]
(The following is a transcription from a video I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) Finances. No matter who we are, what we do, or where we come from, money is a major subject in one’s life. How will I earn money? What are the ways I can save money? Where and when should […]
One of my favorite ways to give is to send money (or gifts) anonymously.
I love the thrill of sneaking around like James Bond, without the threat of getting shot or going to prison if you get caught.
(The following is a transcription from a video Linda and I recorded. Please excuse any typos or errors.) There’s something that we do with our money that has really helped our marriage. And, we know it can help your’s too. This change was a pretty unlikely candidate. I don’t think most people would suspect this. […]
As a couple, we (Bob and Linda) do our best to make wise financial decisions. After all, we write and speak about this stuff for a living. So, even though it’s hard to admit it, we’ve definitely done some dumb things with our money! One caveat though: What’s dumb for one person may be smart […]
I keep checking my mailbox to get an invitation to speak at a school graduation, but alas, the invitation never came. Therefore, I’m going to share 10 tips I wish I had when I graduated (high school and college). 1. When given the choice to learn from your own mistakes or the mistakes of others . . .