I get it. You did everything by the book and it wasn’t enough. Your retirement savings (if you have any) may not be what you thought it would be when you started working twenty, thirty, or even forty years ago. You may be thinking that you don’t have enough time left to make the kind of money that you’ll be able to live on in retirement and you’re dreading the day that you have to depend on your friends or family to help you. Or, perhaps, you’re looking to bump your income up to the level where you can really live your dream lifestyle. You know you still have earning power but you have no idea how to earn the kind of money you need. You’re not alone. Continue reading
Do you always feel inspired? We all go through those times when we have no idea what to write about on our blog or what we want to do next in our career or even what business we want to try next. As an entrepreneur, you’re not alone in this lack of inspiration from time to time. Continue reading
What is a Sales Promotion?
When done correctly, sales promotions can transform a business. Most of us these days know sales promotions are usually designed to increase sales or, encourage the use of a service. They are also often one type of marketing strategy confused with general advertising. In fact, the two are different. Because, each entices a different part of the buyer’s nature. Continue reading
Many people think that they would never be able to work from home because they either don’t have the space or there are too many distractions. But, if you design your space, for your home business, the right way, it CAN definitely work! Continue reading
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?
Starting your own business, online or offline, is both exciting and scary, but when you have a strategic plan and the success mindset you need, it can be the best decision you’ll ever make. In this blog post, I will give you what you need to know to make decisions about what business to start, what niche you’ll be in, who your target market will be, and the mindset you need to have to ensure your success. Continue reading
How much money have you saved for your retirement? If it’s not at least $1 million, you need some help! If you’re approaching retirement age or in retirement but don’t quite know how you’ll be able to survive on the income (or lack thereof) that you have, then you’re in luck! I’m here to help you figure out how to start dreaming about a nice retirement again (or for the first time). Continue reading
When you got married, you thought you had it all planned out. You both had good jobs and your salaries and savings plans were going to be enough to pay for your kids’ college education as well as your retirement. But, then, life happened! College is upon you and you’ve gone through everything. Do you tell your kids they can’t go to college or do you take out student loans and make them pay for it when they graduate? Or, do you figure out another way to make enough money to be able to pay for it after all? Continue reading
Are you wondering how you’re ever going to retire on the income you’re making right now? Have you thought about traveling the world but just don’t have enough money to fund that dream? Or, are your kids about to start college within the next few years (or are already there) and you’re at a loss for how to pay their tuition? Continue reading
You’re probably just like most people who work hard for their money. You worry that you might not be able to retire or if retirement is in your foreseeable future, you worry about what you will do in your retirement. Continue reading