Monday Money Minute: Divida et Impara

Divide and What? Divida et Impara is a famous quote by Julius Caesar in reference to splitting up Rome to keep the smaller pieces under control. Today we live in a society that is apathetic about saving money to achieve financial goals, especially long-term financial goals. Millions of people hope and pray that they win 

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Monday Money Minute: Done With This Shit

When Will You Be Done? As we learned from Coach Fletch’s first podcast, change happens when we decide. So often we put mental hurdles in front of ourselves and those mental hurdles prevent us from even taking the first step towards our goals. If we never take the first step, whether it’s losing weight, getting 

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Monday Money Minute: Visualization

This week’s Monday Money Minute is the second in a two-part series on how to use contemplation and visualization to help you achieve your financial goals and dreams. This week we dive into how to make visualization work for you. Much of what we’ve achieved in life are moments or things we’ve contemplated and visualized. We’ve come to 

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Monday Money Minute: Gratitude

This week’s Monday Money Minute is about gratitude. At the end of last week, I was in a miserable mood. I was too focused on what wasn’t working in my life and less focused on what was working in my life. Midway through Friday, I started thinking about all the good that was, actually, happening 

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Monday Money Minute: Budget Creep

Budget creep creeps into this Monday Money Minute It’s a sneaky little bitch. It’s intrusive and precarious. It’s budget creep and this is what you need to know to kill it dead before it creeps into your life. Budget creep Budget creep, not to be confused with the type of creep TLC or Radiohead sang 

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