Personal Financial Management

Personal Financial Management

Beyond the basics of Personal Financial Management The presumption of this post is that you have managed your personal finances nicely. You have no major debts, you have a healthy 401(k) big enough to carry you through retirement, an equally healthy savings account, an emergency fund for any unexpected expenses, and generally no serious financial

Is Your Business Ready For The Big One?

Is Your Business Ready For The Big One?

Some things happen that we have no control over. Some are inevitable (death, taxes), others are “acts of God” (typhoons, earthquakes). Some countries are naturally prone to earthquakes because they lie along something called a fault line. A fault is a break in the Earth’s crust, that relatively thin layer of solid ground that we

Being your Own Boss

Being your Own Boss

Working for yourself a.k.a. being your own boss is something that is much more likely to be successful today than at any other time. The Internet has opened up infinite possibilities across industries, because you are now, at the very least, find-able. Some work, such as content writing, website creation, and accounting, can be accomplished

Entrepreneurial Education for Young Children and Adults

Entrepreneurial Education for Young Children and Adults

There is a vague but prevalent idea that entrepreneurship and a college education are mutually exclusive concepts. Entrepreneurship is, after all, nearly synonymous with innovation, while a college education is closely associated with established structure. However, these two concepts are not at loggerheads at all. The entrepreneurial spirit has nothing to do with whether or