3 Things I Learned from My Failed Business – Part One

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I have failed at business ventures for a decade. They either flopped outright, or I was unable to execute my idea correctly. I was embarrassed when I realized my dreams wouldn’t come to fruition after I had promoted my services. I can say it proudly now because I learned some valuable lessons. Start the Business First, the best way to start a business is to take steps to execute. Talking about...
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3 Reason You Should Start an Investment Club

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If you and your friends have thought about pooling your resources to create an investment club, then you should go for it. I’ve considered the idea but have, regretfully, failed to execute. Maybe it’s because I didn’t fully understand all of the benefits. Here are three reasons you should start your investment club. Share the Wealth and the Risk To begin with, you have access to...
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4 Things Gaming Taught Me About Money

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One way I learned about personal finance and business is online gaming. I know it seems farfetched, but it’s been eyeopening. Here are four things gaming taught me about money. Work For It The first lesson I learned about money is that you have to work for it. You may start with nothing, but if you work hard and seek it diligently, you can find more. I refuse to spend real money on games unless...
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3 Reasons Why You Should Write a Book

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Have you ever thought, “I should write a book?” Do you have a lot of opinions and want to share them in a safe space? Perhaps you want to write that bestseller you’ve been sitting on for a decade. Either way, here are three reasons why you should write a book. Writing is Self Care First, expressing your creativity is a form of self-care. You’re working your brain while allowing...
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How to Recession-Proof Your Finances

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If you think you can’t recession-proof your finances, then think again. The signs are all there of a looming economic downturn, but you can protect yourself. The key is to start now. What is Your Starting Point? First, you need to review your financial situation. Review all of your accounts, even those you thought you closed but didn’t. Write down your payments, their due dates, and their...
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