Why Is Change So Hard?

Keep Your Coins I Want Change

It is said, “The only constant in life is change.” (Heraclitus) If this is the case and change is always happening whether we like it or not … why is it so difficult to create the change we want to see in ourselves and others?

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15 Simple Ways To Save A $1,000 Emergency Fund Without Increasing Your Income

Is there an easy way to save a $1,000 emergency fund? Saving a basic emergency fund is your first hurdle on your journey to financial freedom. For many people saving $1,000 may seem like an impossible task. To help you clear this hurdle successfully here are 15 simple ways to fund your emergency fund without increasing your income. Also included is one crucial tip that makes this method of saving work.

How To Fund A 1000 Emergency Account

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How To Gain The Whole World Without Losing Your Soul [Infographic]

How To Gain The Whole World Without Losing Your Soul

Is it possible to gain the whole world without losing your soul? This is an interesting question. This text may be interpreted in this way, “You can either be successful in this world or you can be ready for heaven … but not both.” This is incorrect. … [Continue reading]

How Much Down Payment Do I Need for a House? [Infographic]

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“How much should I save for a down payment when buying a home?” If you have ever thought about buying a house, this is one of the first questions you will probably be asking. “What percentage down payment will give me maximum benefit and savings?” … [Continue reading]

How Rich Can You Get Without Losing Your Christianity

can millionaires be Christians

Can Millionaires Really Be Considered Christians? While talking to a friend the other day I was asked a question. “Do you think a true Christian would ever be a millionaire?” This is a very loaded question. The most obvious implications are: 1. … [Continue reading]

Are Money Problems Lowering Your IQ?

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"Our results suggest that when you are poor, money is not the only thing in short supply,” said Harvard economist Sendhil Mullainathan, “Cognitive capacity is also stretched thin.” (medicaldaily.com) A new study conducted by Mani, Mulllainathan, … [Continue reading]