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Should You Take Out A Personal Loan To Fund Your Business?

by / ⠀Personal Finance / January 18, 2019
Personal Loan To Fund Your Business

If you have reasonably sound credit, it’s easy to get a personal loan – in fact, there are probably several companies actively clamoring to loan you money. When starting a business or trying to grow your company, though, steer clear of using personal funds. Despite the easy access, introducing personal funds into your professional endeavors can get messy quickly and leave your credit in shambles if things go…

What Would You Do If Money Were No Object?

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / June 16, 2014

There’s a question someone asked me once that I would like to ask you: What would you do if money were no object? Watch the video below, and then read on. A Question Most Can’t Answer A powerful question, isn’t it? Most of us have heard this question before, or at least thought about it in one way or another. Yet we view it as unrealistic to live…

How to Worry Less About Money

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / November 25, 2013

Do you spend a lot of your time worrying about money? When you work for yourself, it’s common to have a lot of fears, worry and stress around money, but these negative feelings will ultimately backfire on you. Coming up, I’m going to share with you 3 ways you can put your worry about money to rest so you can use the extra brain space for something more…

Want More Money? 12 Free Math Courses to Improve Your Personal Finances

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / March 15, 2013

Want a secret to improving your personal finances? Improve your math skills! Scared yet? Even if you’re not a math wiz it’s not as hard as you think. Math is all around us and everyone could use a few pointers on how it plays a roll with money and economies. The below math & business courses are all free and provided by some of the best schools and professors out…

How to Identify and Avoid Common Start-up Pitfalls

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 1, 2012

Starting a company can be a tumultuous and turbulent process. There are a tremendous number of variables at play and decision making is at times based on conjecture and uncertainty, which can lead to miscalculations and mistakes. From launch to pitch to funding, there are mistakes that startups can identify preemptively and avoid, thus increasing the chances of a successful startup journey.  Through my own experiences launching companies and daily…

The Best Websites to Manage Money & Credit

by / ⠀Startup Advice / August 15, 2012

As an entrepreneur, our busy schedules might not cooperate with managing our money or credit.  I’ll be the first one to admit that sometimes I overlook due dates and pay my bills a few hours before it’s due.  Technology has created ways where a lot of the menial tasks can be automated.  There are tons of web tools that can help you manage your money and credit, but…

The Leverage Your Startup Has Besides Money

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / June 8, 2012

Money we all say and think is the greatest fuel for every startup business. This notion has either been emphasized, over emphasized or even driven beyond the norm. Truly, money helps us execute the plans for our business, but why is money the only leverage we have to hold on to for success? Then scream about the lack of it through the roof as our only problem to…

3 Online Tools That Actually Help You Save Money

by / ⠀Startup Advice / June 4, 2012

Generation Y was hit hard because of The Great Recession. Four years later and we’ve still got major credit card debt, student loans and underemployment. To make matters more interesting, many of us have decided to take on the route of entrepreneurship which can lead to unfixed income for quite some time. Now, I’m not bringing this stuff up as a downer. In fact, when it comes to…

Y One In Five Bankruptcies Are Under 30

by / ⠀Personal Branding Startup Advice / May 26, 2010

Figures from the Insolvency and Trustee Service of Australia show that one in five bankruptcies in Australia is someone under the age of 30. Some journalists say it’s because our brains are not fully developed, others argue it’s because we don’t fully appreciate consequences. I think you don’t have to look much further than the facts to realise that Gen Ys as a generation are suffering from the…

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