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It’s now January 24. How are you doing with the progress of your goals for 2017? Here’s a classic goals video from the late Zig Ziglar. Remember, resolutions are not goals.

This documentary, Not Business as Usual, explores some of the major trends in business and ethical capitalism. It’s worth watching this hour-length film. See more at Institute B.

Watch this encouraging video if you’re in a journey to get rid of debt.

“This book speaks to my journey….I couldn’t believe how it spoke to me.”—Rodney Sheley

Watch the video above, or read the following transcript of Rodney’s video testimonial/book review of A Couple with Common Cents:

Hi, I’m Rodney Sheley.

I want to talk to you about a very special book that really ministered to me in my life. It’s called A Couple with Common Cents. The reason I want to talk to you about this book: it’s not just for couples, not just for people planning on getting married. It’s for anybody who is thinking about taking a spiritual move and taking hold of their finances and just experiencing the abundant life right here on earth (you don’t have to wait to come into the fullness of God, until you die, thank God!). Continue Reading…

I’m thankful for you!

Thank YOU for reading a post here (or more). Thank you for searching, for learning, for growing.

Merry Christmas and have a happy 2017! Enjoy this rendition of “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” by the Six Appeal Vocal Band.

…is a lie.

You can be anything or go into any career you want are related lies.

Dear graduates (and others who are continuing your education), if you think that you’re going to be an engineer but hate math class, you’re not going to be an engineer.

If you want to be a nurse but get sick every time you see blood, or can’t spend all day around people standing on your feet, you’re not going to get very far in medical school.

We’ve been told that there are unlimited opportunities in today’s marketplace. There are. However, that doesn’t mean you’re well-suited for all of them.

You’re created to excel in a few specific ways.

Your job, while you’re young, is to experiment and found out what you’re great at doing. Not just good. Great.

One great resource to use to start this journey: Stand Out Strengths by Marcus Buckingham (play to your strengths, instead of fixing weaknesses). If you get the book, take the assessment: it’s only 15 minutes and really cool!

 

Interested in a video on taxes? Here’s how the composition of federal revenues, as well as state and local revenues, have changed over time.