If you and I were to hang out for coffee we could find common ground in about 2 minutes. That would be all it would take to find one of many things we could relate with each other on and this is true because no matter who you are there's two basic things we all … Continue reading Be Willing; Adulting.
It's so funny. In my short few years of coaching and teaching people personal finance it's amazing the patterns and issues you start noticing (quickly) over and over. I can give you the numbers, show you the statistics, tell you the countless stories I've witnessed already, and share with you my own testimony... but I … Continue reading The 6 letter “B” word…
When you think of adulting unfortunately you often think of all of the responsibilities that weigh you down from being able to do the things we'd rather be doing. I have to get up and go to work in the morning. I have to get that paper done by Tuesday. I have to do my laundry. … Continue reading This is my Life.
I think I had it in my head that all anyone out there needed was just a little, "You can do it, champ!" and all of the world's problems would start going away around here. That people around me would start believing the dream too and get all excited. That they would start believing their … Continue reading A Pat on the Back.
In two short years my life has changed upside down from where it was. I told a friend tonight; "If you would have told me two years ago that all of this was going to happen I would have told you, you were nuts. No flippin' way possible." To which he shot back; "I did tell you, and … Continue reading How Fun was That?
I have the utmost admiration for you folks (superhumans) out there that work full-time, raise your family, and have clean clothes and a clean house. It's absolutely incredible. We have a lot of responsibilities and only so many hours in a day to get everything accomplished. In college I couldn't sit down and focus on … Continue reading 3 Ways to Finding Suzy…
It's been a weird month here in my world. It started out with a book I was reading titled, Your Life... Well Spent. I intentionally read a chapter a day, wanting to slowly process and digest, as it discussed the balance of family, money, and legacy. From there I spent two weeks trying to internally … Continue reading Learning to Sail This Ship