Do you serve your job or does your job serve you? Your job should serve you and be a tool to be #LivinTheDream.
Danny and Kenny King of King Brothers Clothiers are #LivinTheDream! After high school, the brothers went their separate ways in separate careers. Years later they both put in their two-week notices to focus on creating custom clothing. Danny explains how his emotions and calling led him to leaving his job as a youth pastor. […]
Everything in your life can be a tool used for you to be #LivinTheDream….including your home. Have you identified the life you want and is your home allowing you to life that life?
Tess Vigeland is the undisputed queen of dropping a two-week notice! You may recognize her name and voice from MPR News where she hosted Marketplace Money for 11 years. She abruptly quit her self-proclaimed dream job with literally no exit plan. Tess later when on to write the book Leap: Leaving a Job with No Plan […]
Host, Jerrid Sebesta, tells his own “two-week notice” story. On May 15th, 2014 he informed his News Director and GM that he was going walk away from his thriving 12-year TV career with no other employment and a pregnant wife at home. Jerrid covers the two questions that have to be answered if you want […]
No matter which budgeting tool you use; an online app, Quicken, Excel or a pen and paper – all budgets have three parts. In this video, I cover part 3 – tracking spending. I’ll show you exactly what that means and how to do it. Talking points include: • Review of Part 1 and Part […]
Your “money personality” is going to dictate which of the three ways to spend money is best for you: cash, debit cards, or credit cards – each of which have their own pros and cons. Two major factors determine your “money personality” Your ability to self-control spending. Your diligence in tracking your spending. In this video, […]
If you have debt, I recommend using Dave Ramsey’s “Debt Snowball”. In this video I’ll show you exactly how to use it and how it applies to the 2nd part of your budget – assigning categories and amounts. Talking points include: The premise behind the “Debt Snowball” Which debts you pay first Real life example […]
No matter which budgeting tool you use; an online app, Quicken, Excel or a pen and paper – all budgets have three parts. In this video, I cover part 2 – assigning categories and amounts. I’ll show exactly what that means and how to do it. So, what is the point of this step? There are […]
No matter which budgeting tool you use; an online app, Quicken, Excel or a pen and paper – all budgets have three parts. In this video, I cover part 1 – forecasting income.” I’ll show exactly what that means and how to do it. First, I define “forecasting Income” as predicting the amount of money […]