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Buying a Job You Love; Can You Really Afford This Pain?

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It is often said; “Follow your passion, and it will never feel like work.” Today we find thousands of people worldwide buying a franchise. There are many great franchises; most tier one franchises require you to be a millionaire or a multi-millionaire before you can join the select club of franchise owners. Recently in his blog post; DON…

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If You Were a Bank Account; What Would You Look Like?

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If You Were a Bank Account; What Would You Look Like? Would you be short on funds and only enjoy receiving revenue a couple of times a month. Would you as these funds tend to cover your outgoing payments and monthly expenditures with not much left over?  At the beginning of the next month would your…

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How do You Find Bad Financial Advice?

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You can’t out train a bad diet. This time of year we are all making New Year’s Resolutions, and one of the most popular resolution is losing weight; try and go to a gym in the first two weeks of the new year.  With the gyms and fitness clubs full,  everyone is pushing their bodies hard…

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All Steps are not Created Equal; How to Crush your Money $$$ Goal

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Stepping Up Your Investment Goals As a 1/2 Marathon Runner, I am always looking at how to get an edge in my training. There are many straightforward pieces of fitness monitoring equipment.  Whether you use a Polar Loop, a Fitbit, a Garmin or one of many other personal fitness monitors you can wear and track your…

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What’s One Of Life’s Most Valuable Assets?

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Unearthing One of Life’s Most Valuable Assets When you get immersed in your career as an employee, you tend to overlook one of your life’s most valuable assets. Most North Americans work for someone else as their way to a life of financial and benefit security. Historically from 1989 to the present day, the number…

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What Happens When Millennials Miss Out on 20 Years?

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The Loss of The Great One On April 18, 1999, Wayne Gretzky played his last game in the NHL (National Hockey League) an NHL career that spanned 20 years. (1979 to 1999) In a previous blog post, I described my meeting and a conversation with Wayne’s Dad Walter Gretzky. (click on the link to read this post; Challenge;…

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How do You Want to be Remembered; The Notes and Chords of Your Life?

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How to Create The Notes and Chords to Your Legacy Now? As another year ends and a new year begins many people review the year that just ended and plan out a new path for the upcoming year. Most people never examine the impact they have had on others through the past year let alone…

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Millennial Generation under Assault from “No How To” Want

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In North American Millennials now represent a segment of the population that is as large as the Boomer generation. The big difference between the Millennial and the Boomers is the Stage of Life.  The Millennials have a long and winding road ahead of them, and for the Boomers, the end of the road is more…

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How to Build a Strong and Better Investment Mindset; The 20/80 Rule

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Building a Strong and Better Investment Mindset I am coaching and consulting a Millennial to purchase his first investment in real estate property; his name is Alex. If you have been listening to my podcast show you may have listened to a podcast episode titled; On the Move with Alex. If you are a millennial or…

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How a Clock can Unlock Wonderful Stories after Years of Silence.

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Think of your life and compare it to a finely crafted timepiece. We all have to deal with our morality and how we might be remembered. We only get a finite amount of time on this earth; the answer most of us will never know is when our time is up. In my Mom and Dad’s…

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