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Our Net-worth is Entirely Different From Our Self-Worth

N is for Our Net-worth is Entirely Different From Our Self-Worth

  “True abundance isn’t based on our net worth, it’s based on our self-worth.” – Gabrielle Bernstein If you are a person who believes money will solve all your problems, think again. Just because your financial net worth may be high, it won’t necessarily improve your self-worth. High self-esteem is based on one’s self-perception and […]

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J is for Are we Being Judged by the Waitstaff?

“Do not judge, and you will never be mistaken.”  —Jean Jacques Rousseau Judgment is not bad; it’s part of human nature. We are instinctively hard-wired for survival, and our brain will quickly access every situation to help us avoid danger, but some humans may take this too far and use it to make false statements […]

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C is for How Complaining Can Harm Our Well-Being

“What you’re supposed to do when you don’t like a thing is change it. If you can’t change it, change the way you think about it. Don’t complain.” ― Maya Angelou   You’ve done it, I’ve done it, we have all complained at one time or another when things don’t go our way at work or in […]

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Buying a new vehicle vs. buying a used vehicle which is best for you?

B is for Buying a New Car Vs. Buying a Used Car – What’s best for you?

Deciding to buy a new or used car is a big decision. There is no definitive answer, so do your research and make sure you find a vehicle that fits your needs at the best deal possible. Below are some pros and cons to consider: Buying a Used Car Pros: Affordability – if this is […]

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S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  – Tony Robbins   “It’s the beliefs you have right now that are guiding your actions,” according to Tony Robbins, author, and life coach. He believes that if we can master our beliefs, we can guide our decisions. It makes sense that our […]

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K is for The Key to Happiness – is it Time?

“Money buys happiness,” has long been the motto for many on this planet. However, recent studies suggest it may be “time” that promotes more happiness. A study published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that people feel happier when using their money to outsource time-consuming jobs rather than a purchase that […]

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J is for your Job and Aptitude Testing

  Johnston O’Connor Testing – Is it Right for you? Many companies give potential hires an aptitude test. This test has long been used to help companies prescreen potential job applicants, as it helps reduce the number of applicants that move to a more thorough screening process. It also allows companies to make a better-informed […]

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H is for Should You Keep the Home in a Divorce?

Divorce can wreak havoc on both your emotions and your finances, particularly when your emotions are in overdrive. Making solid financial decisions doesn’t seem likely. Especially if throughout your marriage your spouse had all the financial control. However, this is not the time to give into negativity and fear. Instead, you must begin to take […]

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Getting the Stress out of your Holiday this Season-min

G is for Getting the Stress out of your Holiday this Season

The holiday season should be joyful; filled with happy moments and festive memories. It should not cause us to dread its coming and send us into stress overload. But many of us let the demands of the season hurl us into a panic as we try to make our holiday merry, bright and oh so […]

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