Goals are fantastic! You have probably read articles and books about them, made lists for yourself and even posted them somewhere that you can see them every day. But have you ever felt that the steps for achieving your goals fall short? The problem is likely not the goals themselves, but the manner in which you are going about them...
Recently Paul Tudor Jones, executive at Tudor Investments and considered by many to be one of the best macroeconomic traders ever, disclosed that he put a little over 1% of his assets into Bitcoin. Our friend Robert Kiyosaki joined in the conversation on Twitter with what he thought it meant for the future of the dollar… Robert joins us today with his full take on what this means for the future of our savings and investments.
On Jan. 23, 2020 Brexit became official — the U.K. pulled out of the European Union. But with COVID-19 putting negotiations on hold, tensions between the EU and Britain are mounting. The clock’s ticking and only time will tell what the end will hold…
Throughout the process of this coronavirus roller coaster, a word has emerged that is being said with increasing frequency and volume: depression. But what’s the likelihood that we’re heading into one, and what even is a depression to begin with? Today, we tackle these questions and more.
Many of us have been raised to avoid debt at all costs, myself included. But there is a smart and efficient way to use debt to your advantage… and give you a return that is worth your while. Today, entrepreneur Ryan Moran joins us to talk about good debt versus bad debt — and how you can use debt to create passive income.
Whether you work in a small partnership or a large department or are a business owner, you work with people. One of the keys to success is building trust with your colleagues… or else your future success could be blocked at every turn. Today, let’s look at some steps you can take and habits you can build to become an essential, highly trusted leader.
Should you be buying now or holding out for better deals when the market “bottoms”? The answer may surprise you. Today our friend Ron Phillips joins us to talk about just that.
Housing prices during the depression rose. And during the Great Recession in 2008, they dropped. But what will COVID-19 do to prices? Today, we sit down and answer that question.
COVID-19 has led to tens of millions of Americans applying for unemployment. And with so many people looking for jobs virtually, they’ll need to learn the nuances of interviewing without being there physically. Today, we dive into some of these issues and address some tips and tricks to employ.
Most American kids today live in relative abundance. They enjoy more material possessions than their parents had growing up. So how do kids learn to value money when it’s pouring in from grandparents, allowances and even the Tooth Fairy? Here are eight tips to help raise financially literate kids…