Michael K Personal Development 2 Comments

If you’re looking for tips on personal finance, there’s plenty of advice out there to find.   If you want to hear opinions on the best ways to raise your kids, the world is full of know-it-all’s who’d love to tell you how!   But, with everything it takes to achieve success in both of these areas, finding someone who can address both issues in a practical, meaningful way can at times feel like a daunting challenge.    In his latest book, “The Opposite of Spoiled,” New York Times money columnist Ron Lieber gives his own take, based on …


5 Financial Habits Happy Couples Have

Michael K Money 2 Comments

Money is a big source of contention in many couples’ relationships.   Even the best of relationships have taken a hit or two when financial problems unexpectedly arose and caused stress, disagreement, and a breakdown in communication in the couples’ relationship.   What’s even more troubling is the fact that statistics show financial problems are commonly cited as the second highest reason most married couples divorce each year!   That doesn’t have to be the case.   Is there a better way to live that promotes stability and relational health?   Absolutely!   To help, here …

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10 Fantastic Podcasts You Should Definitely Check Out

Michael K Leadership, Money, Personal Development, Productivity, Technology 6 Comments

Factoring in morning traffic, it usually takes me about an hour each day to finally reach the parking lot at my job. Because I constantly spend so much time on the road commuting back and forth from work, I’ve found that instead of being a hassle, my commute is actually one of the greatest opportunities that I have to invest into my personal growth. Hands down, podcasts are my preferred way to quickly listen to tons of great content. The great thing about podcasts is they’re quick, incredibly helpful, and …

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How To Dig Yourself Out Of Debt (And Deal With It Once & For All)

Michael K Money, Personal Development 3 Comments

$33,000. That’s the average amount of student loan debt the class of 2014 had by the time they received their undergraduate diploma. Throw on top of that post-graduate studies, credit card debt, car payments, house payments, etc.—It’s so easy to see how America has become a nation that’s swimming in an ocean of debt. Proverbs 22:7 lets us know that the rich rule over the poor and that the borrower is the slave of the lender. For far too many people in today’s culture, freedom from slavery to debt seems …

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