You’re Losing Passive Income and Big Money

We’ve all seen those extreme coupon people. The ones who end up on tv or in the paper because they bought $1,000 in groceries for 67 cents. Impressive as that may be, who has the time to figure all of that out? It’s a full-time job clipping coupons, researching deals, mixing and matching, and calculatingContinue reading “You’re Losing Passive Income and Big Money”

Starting a Successful Business You Love – Getting Funding

A successful business takes a lot of time. As the old adage goes “time is money”, and you will likely need a lot of both if you want to see your business take off. Funding is an important aspect of any startup, but not all funding is created equal. You have many options for howContinue reading “Starting a Successful Business You Love – Getting Funding”

Start Your Passive Income Life – Free Money to Start

2021 showed us the start of the Great Resignation, a mass move to work from home jobs, and a general unrest in traditional employment. Most of us would love to live off passive income and just escape from the shackles of work altogether.  Everyone wants to be totally financially free, but there is a difficultContinue reading “Start Your Passive Income Life – Free Money to Start”

Running a Business You Love – SWOT and PEST

What’s your favorite sports team? How’s their offence? What about defense? Who’s their star player? What do they need to work on for the upcoming season? I’m not well traveled I’ll admit, so I don’t know about the rest of the world, but in the US about 90% of people can answer all those questions.Continue reading “Running a Business You Love – SWOT and PEST”

Creating a Business You Love, Tough Questions

At this point you’ve found an idea you’re passionate about and want to monetize and you know you can connect with your audience. You’ve questioned it to iron out the details to find out if it can survive as a business.

Nobody Wants to Work Anymore, Why That’s Awesome!

Now employers need to see their relationship with employees differently and for the partnership it is. Employees have always been encouraged to look out for the best interests of the businesses for whom they work, even while off the clock. Now its time for employers to do the same for their employees if there is any hope of salvaging their abilities to hold onto workers.