Should you listen to Jeremy from the YouTube channel Financial Education? Well, if you don’t know what to do with your money or how to make your money grow, then yes, you should. There’s a good rule to follow, and that’s if you don’t know what to do with your money, trust those who have seen the growth you want. Trust individuals who have multiplied their money, and follow what they do until you feel comfortable enough to make your own decisions.
Let’s talk about Jeremy from Financial Education. I recently watched a video of his from July 13th, 2018…
Becoming financially free is a goal that many of us have. It generally means having enough savings, investments, and cash on hand to live whatever lifestyle we want for ourselves and our families. Not only that, but we also need our money to grow. We need that nest egg that will allow us to retire or pursue the career we want without being driven by earning a certain amount each year.
Unfortunately, too many of us never see this goal through. Many have been conditioned by society that in order to have a good life and actually enjoy life, then…
Not going to lie, listening to Dave Ramsey helped me pay off all of my debt while growing a savings account well over $30,000. So yes, a lot of what Ramsey says is advice that you should probably listen to — especially if you tend to suck with your money.
BUT, we’re not talking about all that Ramsey is right on. Instead, we are going to be talking about some of the things you shouldn’t listen to Ramsey about (or at least what I don’t think is necessary to follow). …
Kevin Paffrath, famously known as Meet Kevin is a Real Estate Agent, Investor, and a Youtuber. After making real estate and investing videos for much of his YouTube career, he really took off when he started posting stimulus check updates during the pandemic.
Since then, life looks completely different for Paffrath and his family.
In 2017, Paffrath’s dream was to earn over $1 million a year from The Paffrath Organization, the real estate business he owns with his wife, Lauren, in Ventura, California.
In 2020, the couple has well exceeded that $1 million goal… in just one month.
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Rating: 10/10 (Moves into my top favorite 5 of all time)
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If you’re having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn’t you. The problem is your…
Yep, I bit the bullet and just paid off my entire car loan… all $15,000 of it, and I actually feel really freaking good about it!
I never thought I would be saying that.
Normally, I like saving my money and holding onto every last penny, but after seeing how much money I was actually losing in interest, I decided that enough was enough.
Who isn’t tired of constant bills and having to pay back on loans? I know I am.
As a society, we are taught to take out loans for things we can’t afford, which only traps us…
It all started on Friday, August 21st, 2020.
I woke up, and just like any other typical weekday mornings, I went for my morning run before opening my computer and getting to work.
On my run, I noticed this pain in my back. It was a dull pain, but every time I took a deep inhale in, the pain became more severe.
I got home from my run thinking that it was just a little bit of stress that was causing the pain and that it would go away as the day progressed. …
Does money impact your mental health?
I don’t know. Is water blue? Do you need oxygen to survive? Do you only get one life to live?
The answer is yes, money does impact your mental health. At least this is what I believe.
I have experienced money from both sides: not having enough to do the things that I want to do, and having too much, but still not doing the things that I want to do.
When it comes to money, I will admit that I have a fear. I remember the days of being reliant on my parents…
I think it’s fair to say that everybody has been on edge over the last few months. The world is changing right before our eyes and nobody has any idea what the future is going to hold.
I am somebody who doesn’t deal all that well with stress. There are some things that I have a hard time letting go of, and I find this exceptionally true with anything work-related. …
Well, we’re back where we started. Despite it being summer, most of us are finding ourselves with more free time on our hands than we know what to do with.
Quick question for you: how are you going to use this time?
Life is about growing. Life is about constantly improving on the individual you are and striving to become better each and every single day.
I am somebody who is very passionate about self-improvement and personal growth. It was just over 2 years ago when I was at an all-time low and realized that there was so much more…