books

How to Overcome Resistance

April 26, 2011

Tweet I was just reading an interview with Steven Pressfield by one of the Domino Project‘s team members, Ishita Gupta. Mr. Pressfield is author of several well known books, one of which became a popular movie. The Legend of Bagger Vance and The War of Art are two of those books. He recently had a […]

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To Will, or Not To Will – #FLMonth

April 21, 2011

Tweet Here’s an amusing video for a serious question. The video is shot by Steve Stewart of MoneyPlanSOS. The thoughtful question is brought to us by Linda at LillicoFinancialCoaching.com

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Why Aren’t You Where You Want to Be?

April 5, 2011

Tweet I was given the book The Principle of the Path by Andy Stanley to review thanks to BookSneeze, a division of Thomas Nelson publishing. When I first got this book, I didn’t figure I would be posting the review on my personal finance blog. I figured I would be posting it on my personal […]

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The 60 Minute Money Workout

March 21, 2011

Tweet I recently received a copy of The 60-Minute Money Workout by Ellie Kay for review courtesy of Blogging for Books, a program of Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group. As a finance coach, I was very excited to review this book. Some people may think there are already too many personal finance books out there. I […]

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Don’t Sacrifice Today

March 11, 2011

Tweet There are a lot of blogs, magazine articles, and other media that talk about saving for retirement. As a finance coach, I do believe we should have a plan for our retirement. It’s very important to be regularly setting aside a portion of our money for retirement, college, insurance and other future spending. I […]

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Plan On a Great Christmas

November 19, 2010

Tweet Today I talked with a reporter from the Daily Journal. He wanted to find out more about how my family handles budgeting for Christmas. I talked to him about how we set a budget at the beginning of the year for gifts and we set a little aside from every paycheck throughout the year. […]

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Might As Well Jump

November 8, 2010

Tweet The seventh and final money myth addressed in Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater involves what she calls “cliff jumpers” These people are the ones that leap into a situation without seeking any counsel from God or friends. They jump into situations that “only God can save them from” without first seeing if […]

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