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“Train Your Brain to Get Rich” by Teresa Aubele

You can’t know what form of wealth you want until you know what you want. Your brain is a whiz at certain things: recognizing simple patterns or generating emotional responses in nanoseconds but lags behind on other tasks: recognizing and … Continue reading

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“A Random Walk Down Wall Street” by Burton Malkiel: Part Two

Please check out Part One of “A Random Walk Down Wall Street” for more insights into the financial world. I found that this book was a great primer for understanding many of the complicated investment tools out there. For each … Continue reading

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“A Random Walk Down Wall Street” by Burton Malkiel: Part One

Finances are a leading stressor in many people’s lives. Just as we’ve talked about our limited mental resources and how one must balance them in order to be successful, balancing our physical resources is just as important. I clearly enjoy … Continue reading

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“Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki

“Money can’t buy happiness.” This is a common phrase we’ve all heard. But money can sure make things much more comfortable. Financial security, not being rich, can eliminate much of the stress in one’s life. This book had numerous lessons … Continue reading

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