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My 10-year prison sentence became my training ground to retire early

I've got a truly remarkable story from a guy that spent 10 years in prison but is still on the path to early retirement. Taking control of your life and working through your challenges can have a remarkable effect on achieving your goals. Here's Bill . Prison is a horrible place. Trust me, I’ve been there. I lived in that concrete world for ten straight years. My journey through the state prison system began when I was 21 years old when I was charged with, “Reckl
May 15, 2019·9 min read
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Here are five alternatives to Google Adsense to make money from your blog

Like I've written about before, I'm over passion blogging . My experience with running blog-type websites extends back about 20 years, and I've spent a LOT of time writing and running sites for free. But, not anymore. I'm over that. I find the challenge of making money from my blog fun and exciting. It's definitely something that keeps me focused. As you'll probably notice, I don't use Google Adsense. While it's the easiest way to monetize, it
May 13, 2019·9 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #31: Indeedably.com

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 31st episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Indeedably to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Take it away. Blogger Confessions with Indeedably.com 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. Writing indeedably.com provides me with a wonderful outlet to explore concepts and ideas that I encount
May 11, 2019·6 min read
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Don't worry, world: Kids will be alright...if we let them

Kids these days. We’ve heard it, we’ve thought it, and we’ve probably said it out loud ourselves. Heck, I’ve said it myself. I might not be an official expert, but I am uniquely poised to weigh in. Why? I spend the majority of my professional life interacting with them. If you count my baby toddler as a kid, then I actually spend virtually every hour of my waking life in the presence of young people. I see their success, and I watch their failures. And you know what? These kids are alright
May 7, 2019·7 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #30: Todd from InvestedWallet.com

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 30th episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Todd from Invested Wallet to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Todd, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Todd from InvestedWallet.com 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. I started Invested Wallet this past June to not only share my jou
May 4, 2019·5 min read
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Repeat after me: You are not the underdog

Here's a remarkable truth: If you believe that you're an underdog, then you could be murdering your chances at building serious wealth. That's quite a powerful assumption to make but it may actually be true. That statement serves two purposes - to get you to start thinking about money differently . The S.W.A.T. Underdog In A Nutshell Recently, I have been watchi
Apr 30, 2019·8 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #29: Andrew from WealthyNickel.com

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 29th episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Andrew from Wealthy Nickel to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Andrew, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Andrew from WealthyNickel.com 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. My target reader is someone probably in their 20s or 30s. Some
Apr 27, 2019·6 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #28: Melissa from MelissaBlevins.com

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 28th episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Melissa from MelissaBlevins.com to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Melissa, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Melissa from MelissaBlevins.com 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. I started off blogging thinking that I wanted to he
Apr 20, 2019·3 min read
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These insanely successful people taught me what it takes to rock it

Insanely successful people tend to share core traits and habits that made them that way. Here's what I learned after interviewing a bunch of them.
Apr 14, 2019·7 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #27: Jake Jones from ThinkHub.co

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 27th episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Jake Jones from ThinkHub.co to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Jake, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Jake Jones from ThinkHub.co 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. Anyone in the personal finance space who needs direction, encouragement
Apr 13, 2019·5 min read
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Three must-see resume writing tips for anyone who actually wants a job

The following post is by ESI from ESI Money and spends a lot
Apr 12, 2019·8 min read
Blogger Confessions

Blogger Confessions #26: Max from Tried And True Mom Jobs.com

Happy Saturday and welcome to the 26th episode of the 'Blogger Confessions' interview series on the blog. Today, I'm bringing in Max from TriedAndTrueMomJobs.com to talk about blogging and how they've managed to keep everything straight as a personal finance blogger. Max, take it away. Blogger Confessions with Max from Tried And True Mom Jobs.com 1: In at least 100 words, describe the target audience of your blog. Tried and True Mom Jobs is written for moms w
Apr 6, 2019·5 min read