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The Great Financial Paradox

Anyone who wants to build wealth or achieve financial freedom and independence needs to seriously consider the act of charitable giving, even before “having the money to do it.” I realize that this probably the most counterintuitive financial advice you’ve

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Posted in Creating Wealth, Developing Wealth, Don't Save, Financial Freedom, Maintaining Wealth, Retaining Wealth, Spend - Don't Save

How Important Is Your Financial Freedom?

One thing that you don’t hear people talk about much when it comes to achieving financial freedom is how important it really is. We just assume that because we want freedom with our personal finances that wanting is enough. Sometimes

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Posted in Preparing for Wealth

Financial Freedom Through PowerSpending

Achieving financial freedom starts with having a plan and the right set of beliefs which can help you to execute that plan. If you have a plan only, and don’t do anything to develop the right set of beliefs or

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Posted in Power Spending, Preparing for Wealth

You’ve Made Your Budget, But Can You Live on It Now?

If you’ve ever thought about living on a budget so that you can achieve financial freedom, you’ll surely realize how unrealistic it can get. I can’t tell you how many people I’ve spoken to who create a budget that looks

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3 Steps That Can Turn Your Life Around Financially

Considering that the majority of people never achieve financial freedom, it’s essential that you have an exact plan for getting yourself out of this majority right away. Most of us know how to control our spending and have at least

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Posted in Personal Finance, Personal Income

Three Reasons to Keep a Spending Journal

Keeping a spending journal is one of the most important financial decisions that you’ll ever make.┬áSo why don’t more people keep track of what they’re spending? Chances are if you’re not keeping a spending journal right now you’ve either never

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Posted in Preparing for Wealth, Retaining Wealth

How Tightly Do You Have to Manage Your Personal Finances?

A simple personal cash flow plan is always better than one which is complicated, difficult to understand and even more difficult to live on. Too many times, people over complicate their personal cash flow plans and try to draw in

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Posted in Retaining Wealth

How to Put a Stop to Spending Habits That Break You

Are you realizing that you need to control spending more than you need to get out of debt or to increase your personal cash flow? If so, you’ve already come a long way in comparison to the general population. Many

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Posted in Power Spending

How to Keep the Money You Earn

Personal wealth building basics start with getting more value out of what you already have. Do you ever feel like you’re putting money into a purse (or wallet) that has holes in it? If so, you’ve probably wished for an

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Posted in Maintaining Wealth, Personal Finance

Developing a Plan of Action for Financial Freedom

Achieving financial freedom starts with forming a plan of action before anything else. This must happen before you try to start earning more money, before getting out of debt, before controlling spending, before anything else. In other articles, I’ve mentioned

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