11 Steps To Starting A Small Business Online

These were the steps I took to start my online business and they will vary depending on the type of business you are wanting to start. Hopefully they will give you some ideas of some things you need to keep in mind as you progress!

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Free Spreadsheet To Get Your Financial Life On One Page For 2017

Being impacted by my uncle’s premature death and wanting to do everything I can do to help my wife, I decided to create a system for keeping things organized. It has been a work in progress over the last few years, but has evolved into a very helpful tool…

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9 Reasons Paying Off Debt was one of the Best Decisions I Ever Made

It has now been a few years since my wife and I paid off all of our non-mortgage debt, but the benefits still remain. It is absolutely one of the best decisions I ever made and I can’t help but wish that everyone I know could experience some of the joys of having all of your debt […]

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What Does The Bible Says About Debt? (The Surprising Truth)

Before you begin your journey to get out of debt, it is important to know what the Bible says about debt. You can then use these truths to build your faith since faith comes by hearing the word. Once you have a solid understanding of what God has to say about the issue, then you can boldly pray about your debt in faith.

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Why Money Doesn’t Solve Money Problems

why money doesn't solve money problems

I mean if you were making what your boss is making, it will not fix your financial squeeze. There is a famous principle that expenses rise to meet income, so if you are having a hard time paying your bills or making a dent in your mountain of debt money is NOT your answer.

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10 ways to become poor

These are some simple ways to become poor… 1. Spend more than you make – Actually if you only do #1, you won’t have to worry about the other 9. This is the easiest way for anyone to become poor. It doesn’t matter if you make millions or hundreds each month, the same principle applies.

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Minimalism: The Myths and the Life-Changing Benefits

I recently did an interview with Joshua Becker who is a former pastor and a widely respected thought-leader in the minimalist movement. He has a great blog and has written several books teaching his theory of practical minimalism. Below are just a few things that we cover in this interview so check out the video […]

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How to quit spending more money than you make

So you want to learn how to quit spending more money than you make? Here are a few ideas that have helped me…

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Money & Marriage: 7 lessons I have learned so far

These are the 7 lessons about money and marriage that I have learned so far…

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25 Famous Bible Verses (Top Scriptures On Love, Strength, Hope & More)

It is difficult to make a list of the best Bible verses – I mean they are all great – right? But, I decided to compile a list of the most famous Bible verses and here they are…

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10 Encouraging Bible Verses (Inspiring & Uplifting Scriptures)

Everyone needs a bit of encouragement from time to time. Thankfully we have the Bible as our ultimate source of encouragement! Check out these 10 bible verses and be encouraged about how faithful our God is!

Everyone needs a bit of encouragement from time to time. Thankfully, the Bible is full of encouraging verses! Even in the midst of the “financial crisis” that we are in the middle of, we can remain hopeful and encouraged if we keep trusting in God. I have found that the key is to finding specific Bible verses and meditating on them. According to the Word, this is how faith comes. The more we soak up the truth of God’s Word, the more assured we become that He really is going to take care of us!

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How much are you really getting paid?

When you factor in all the additional expenses of having your job (some of which may not be obvious) that you could avoid if you didn’t have that particular job, you begin to see the value in this calculation.

I am currently reading Your Money or Your Life – which is a great book by the way. And I won’t turn this article into a review of the book since I haven’t finished it yet, but one of the things that I found very valuable the other day was calculating your real hourly wage. It’s not as simple as saying, “I make $400 a week and work 40 hours, therefore I make $10/hr.” When you factor in all the additional expenses of having your job (which some may not be obvious) that you could avoid if you didn’t have that particular job, you begin to see the value in this calculation.

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My Morning Checklist for 2017

My morning routine is something that I have been developing over the last couple years and is influenced by countless books, articles, friends, and more. My goal with it is to create as many good habits that will set me up for success in areas of my life as possible. I know from experience that if I don’t create a daily habit out of something (reading the Word, exercising, etc) my frequency of doing it goes WAY down. I suspect it is like this for most others too, but it definitely is for me. “You will never change your life until you change something you do daily.” ― John C. Maxwell

I’ve had a few readers ask about my morning routine and I thought now would be as good a time as any to share my routine and checklist that I follow each morning. My morning routine is something that I have been developing over the last couple years and is influenced by countless books, articles, […]

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Download the Amazon App for a $5 Credit

Download the Amazon App

I don’t know about you, but I love Amazon and I use them for a lot of my shopping. We have Amazon Prime to get free shipping, use Subscribe and Save to buy some of our everyday items in bulk and my entire family has wishlists to make shopping for birthdays and Christmas easier. They are giving […]

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