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7 Habits of the Rich

Habit is defined as behavior repeated so often it becomes almost automatic. I am in awe of the power of habit. It’s a force to change your life, and it is available to anyone no matter your situation, no matter your circumstances. For five years, author Tom Corley observed the daily habits of the rich […]

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Get Financially Fit With Good Habits

Personal character is made of habits. Bad ones just seem to happen, while good habits are usually the result of considerable effort. Some people act as if their habits were issued at birth and are not likely to ever change. There are a select few, however, who know and live by the truth: It is […]

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How to Break Bad Money Habits

Money a little tight these days? You might assume it’s due to rising costs, tightening credit and the fact you haven’t had a raise in, like, forever. But truthfully, if your basic needs are being met, problems you’re having are more likely a result of bad money habits you’ve picked up—behaviors you’ve repeated so often […]

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You Need to Kick Your Credit-Card Habit

  There are lots of reasons to not carry credit-card debt. The most obvious is that it’s really expensive. And here a reason often overlooked: It’s so much harder to work for money you’ve already spent. But what if you do not carry any credit-card debt at all? There are some who would say it […]

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My Secret Battle with Procrastination

One of the toughest things I battle in my life is procrastination. My natural response is I’ll do it later. There’s a part of me that despises that procrastinator and wages a daily war to defeat it. That’s how I’ve come to rely on the power of habits and routines. If I can avoid having to make a decision, I lose the choice to put it off until later.

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My Secret War with Procrastination

One of the toughest things I battle in my life is procrastination. My natural response is I’ll do it later. And there’s a part of me that despises that procrastinator and wages a daily war to defeat it. That’s how I’ve come to rely on the power of habits and routines. If I can avoid […]

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The Cost of My Bad Habit

I did something really dumb that cost me $750. It’s so dumb I’m a little embarrassed to even tell you about it. Seven-hundred and fifty dollars—that was the price tag on my fancy schmancy progressive eyeglasses. I went for the pricey frame and all the bells and whistles because I do enjoy seeing well. But if […]