Are You Faking Normal?

I am 57, lost my Director of Technology job at a non-profit when I was 42, didn’t want to go back to work full time since my 2 boys were only 8 and 4, & I thought my husband could carry us through. WRONG! Not because he was incapable, but who in their right mind puts that kind of responsibility on their spouse anyway? It’s 15 years later and I’m realizing that I was that person who wasn’t in her right mind then. Thank goodness I woke up and realized it before it’s really too late. Continue reading

It’s Never Too Late To Become A Millionaire

As Henry Ford once said “If you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right!” Your path to making your first million dollars may not be easy and it all starts with the right mindset. Some of the most famous multi-millionaires didn’t become that way until they were in their 50’s. Harland Sanders (aka Colonel Sanders) was 62 when he opened his first Kentucky Fried Chicken. Ray Kroc was over 50 when he bought his first McDonalds. Although he’d owned a small chain of discount stores, Sam Walton opened the first true Wal-Mart in 1962, when he was 44. What’s holding you back? Do you think you can or do you think you can’t?
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