Posts Tagged ‘financial independence’

7 Steps to Raise Your Consciousness of Money and Create Wealth

This blog post is part of the 4th Annual Suicide Prevention Awareness Month blog tour. If you are feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text HOME to 741741.OME to 741741 September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. I’ve been impacted by suicide personally twice, and I’ve found it’s a…

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The Order of Importance of the Pillars of Financial Independence

If you didn’t get a financial education class in school, and didn’t grow up talking about money, there’s a good chance you’re bouncing around a million personal finance questions in your head every day. Because a confused mind says “no,” chances are, they remain unanswered. As a result, you don’t do anything with your money…

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How I Reached Financial Independence and You Can Too

You Want More If you’re dreaming of a life where you can go on vacation and still make money, you’re not alone. That was my primary driver 12 years ago when I woke up one Saturday morning and did not want to go to work. As I thought-forward what would happen if I didn’t, I…

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Why You Need Visual Goals For Your Finances

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“This article was originally published at HiCharlie.com” Let’s talk money goals. What are yours? If you have a big, audacious financial goal, it can seem really overwhelming — maybe you’re wondering how you can keep yourself motivated, or how to tackle the goal in the first place. What if there’s a fun way to do it…

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Sixteen Reasons to Hire a Financial Coach

The financial coaching industry is booming, and there is mainstream enthusiasm for financial education like never before. It used to be that only “money nerds” wanted to talk about personal finance. Today, everyone wants to talk about money and learn how to create wealth. In a society where money education in school is still largely…

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3 Ways to Reach Financial Independence

What I love about financial independence most is there are many ways to get there. You may love your job and want to advance in your career but you also want to retire at 50 to Nova Scotia. Or, you may dream of the day you can quit your job and do something new. You…

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