Have you heard of or read “The Purpose Driven Life” by Rick Warren? Rick Warren is the senior pastor of Saddleback Church in Orange County. Last April, his son committed suicide after a lifelong battle with severe depression. Rick and his wife, Kay, stepped away from preaching for about 4 months and he started […]
The New York Times ran this great article on what happened to a woman when her husband suddenly passed away. She was not financially or mentally organized for all the issues that came up. This pain caused her to create a basic, but very cool website: http://getyourshittogether.org/ This will be a good, quick checklist
This is great stuff. Love the three S’s for deadlines. Fantastic Life Rule #9: Set Goals You don’t have to overwhelm yourself with the big picture. Make a slow and steady pursuit to your goals and you will be surprised. Even inch by inch, you will still get yourself where you want to
Do yourself a big favor. Take a few minutes to watch/listen to Dave Ramsey. This is the reality of the financial world we are now living in and it behooves you to know what is happening. This is NOT political. It’s just down-to-earth wisdom. Would love to hear your thoughts… The Fantastic Life
With my daughter going out on her own, we spent time talking about creating an Emergency Fund and what it is and what it should be used for. Below is an interesting look at what one advisor is doing with emergency funds. The Fantastic Life Rule #5: Make SacrificesThis rule shines light on
Interesting. Wonder how different my stress level would be? The Fantastic Life Rule #11: The Growth ParadigmThis rule reminds you that you can grow all the time. Growth doesn’t need a catalyst, but it usually has one. How will you grow?
I loved reading things that I could apply to my days while I was in what I call the chemo disaster days. I thought this one could apply to your tougher days as well. “Action creates positive emotion” … Love it. The Fantastic Life Rule #2: Get a Win When you focus on even
This graph is spot on (other than the obvious male vs. female thing). Be successful. The Fantastic Life Rule #7: Be Value DrivenThis rule amplifies the chart by pointing out that great values lead to choices that could ultimately result in success.
One glance at the graph below and you will see why most people in America today do not get ahead or save any money. Consumer debt is using your credit card and not paying it off each and every month. Much like drugs, do not do this. Even once. If you do not have
Thought you would like the below ideas. Food for thought: I have not one word, but working on my words to change for 2014 Sugar (none) Sleep (50 hours a week) Delegate anxiety 30 nights on the ground In a word: Transition (from a grinder to a stress free life). The Fantastic Life Rule