background preloader

Suze Orman internationally acclaimed personal finance expert : The Suze Orman Show : The Approved Card MasterCard Debit Card : Will & Trust Kit : FICO Kit : Insurance Kit : Women & Money

Suze Orman internationally acclaimed personal finance expert : The Suze Orman Show : The Approved Card MasterCard Debit Card : Will & Trust Kit : FICO Kit : Insurance Kit : Women & Money
Related:  Show me the money

Gail Vaz-Oxlade|Debt-Free Forever|Money|Book|Budgets & Personal Finances Coach Carter Official Homepage Ten Money Lessons from the Great Depression For most economists it is no longer whether there is going to be a recession, but what type of recession it is going to be—short recessions like the one from 1990 to 1991 and the one from March to November 2001, or something like the Great Depression. No matter which it ends up being, one of the best places to look for sound advice is from those people who have survived the worst of economic times—namely your grandparents. Here are ten ideas you may want to take from them: 1. While your grandparents learned frugality during the hard times, many of them continued to practice it even when times got better, which helped them build wealth. 2. If it couldn’t be fixed, before it ended up in the trash can, they would consider whether it could still be useful for something else. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. By Jeffrey Strain of

Joe Vitale of The Secret DVD is Law of Attraction expert and Life Coach Women's Prosperity Network - Extraordinary Women Leading Extraordinary Lives | WPN Global Funny Motivational Speakers, Motivational Speaker Linda Larsen, Positively Speaking 8 Ways Artists Can Generate Additional Income Streams So excited you're here! If you want to learn more about building a creative biz, subscribe to get FREE updates on the sidebar. {Image from Karin Dalziel on flickr} Unless you’re making lots of dough and thrilled with your earnings, you should add different income streams to your business plan. The more ways that you offer your product and services, the more money you’ll make. Many artists make the mistake of spending hours on their original art, selling it for less than they should, and not offering any other products. Are you thinking that additional revenue means additional work? Let’s put this plan into action: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Pick one thing from the list above and add it to your current business plan. Related Reading: How Trust Can Increase Your Creative Business Sales Share

Charles Marcus - Motivational Speaker, Keynote Speaker and Best-Selling Author Why and How All Bloggers Should Be Using Pinterest (Pinterest Invites) Edit January 4, 2012: I’ve invited everyone who has asked for a Pinterest invite, so feel free to keep asking for one. Just leave a comment below. If you really want an invite, I’d love it if you’d like The Backlight on Facebook or tweet about us or something like that. Pinterest is a new-ish, free site/service/social network that lets you save (or “pin”) images that you like and save them all in one place. Note: Pinterest is still in invite-only mode, but I’ll invite you if you want. How does it work? According to the company itself, “Pinterest is a place to catalog the things you love.” The essence of Pinterest is this: You’re doing your thing, minding your own business as you stroll down the web, and then BAM. People can also repin anything that you like that someone else has pinned. On the flip side, when you log in to your Pinterest account, you see the latest pins of the people you’re following. Click here to check out my Pinterest account so you can see what I’m talking about.

Dan Clark | Christopher Gardner - Official Website