We’ve covered your foundational investments and medium-risk investments, it’s time to talk about the alluring world of high-risk investments. Triple-digit returns are alluring. The rewards often encourage us to push past our fears. However, if we risk too much in this arena we could lose it all.
Managing your money better puts you in a position to give more and do more in the future. I think most people rush to invest in these 3 investments before setting a foundation. I’d love to know if you agree.
When Chick-fil-A announced some changes to their giving a lot of people got upset. I wanted to process this information in a way where I could have a family discussion and not jump on any social media bandwagon. Here’s how I evaluated CFA’s changes.
In my speaking to entrepreneurs across the country about money, I find that most are missing a basic foundation. Today I want to talk about a simple strategy that can give you a foundation to work from in the future and hopefully allow you to consider future opportunities.
As an entrepreneur, you have a ton of opportunities to invest. It’s for this reason, I think entrepreneurs get into more trouble than those that get jobs right out of college. However, how do you know which opportunities are right for you? I made this crazy simple guide to help you cut through the clutter.
I don’t know about you but I’m waiting for my David moment. The moment that God sends a Samuel to come and anoint me as King. The moment that I run off and kill the giant, and rule the kingdom. Find out why you might have already been “noticed” and not even realized it (I know I didn’t).
I believe Missional Businesses can change the world. However, that’s impossible without engagement from your team. Today I talk about how to improve employee engagement through a missional vision.
I honestly never saw myself writing about insurance but it’s an important step before talking about investments. Having insurance is about responsibility to you and your loved ones. For entrepreneurs, insurance presents a new set of questions to answer before moving forward.
Your effectiveness as a leader rises and falls on this one behavior. To be effective as a leader you don’t need to be charismatic, educated or born with some innate talent. This behavior is not the one that gets all the press, it’s not the one you’ve read about in any of the popular books, yet it’s the single most important aspect of being an effective leader according to the research. It’s something we do all day & if we are aware of it, we can improve.
When “Happy” was being played on the radio so much it made you sad, some Churches thought it was appropriate for the worship stage. With the increase of secular music being used during church, I thought it would be great to take a closer look. To be honest, I had to put aside my judgment for a moment to get a better perspective.
The envelope system has been around a long time. The idea of taking cash (from your paycheck) and stuff it into envelopes is a great way to keep you on budget. However, it’s hard to manage, makes it easy to cheat and is almost completely useless to entrepreneurs. With online banking and budgeting apps available, it’s time this system gets an overhaul.
I don’t follow pop-culture, but when I read about Kanye West’s conversion and saw the mixed responses I had to write something. This could be an amazing opportunity for the local American church. Here’s my take on Kanye’s Conversion and what it means to the church and possibly even more importantly, what it means to me.
The end of the year is the best time to plan for the next. There is one system and one clarifying question that help me get more done each year and I outline that in today’s post. If you want to take it further I’ve also included my vision casting guide as a free download.
What do you do when your corporate culture (family or company) is a bad influence? Josiah had to deal with this very problem. He did 3 amazing things to turn the culture around. We can look to his example and do the same thing in our family, congregation or company.
If you’re deep in debt how do you get out if you’re an entrepreneur and don’t get steady income? Is there such a thing as good debt? As an entrepreneur, you may not make the same amount of income every month.
This can create a challenge if you try to follow a consumer advocate’s advice. Find out the small tweak that is needed to demolish your debt and start living a bit more free.
An emergency fund is not a new concept. Then why is it so hard to figure out How Much You Need In Your Emergency Fund?
If there is one thing to do that will set you up for success financially, you’d want to do it, right? It’s the one thing most people never do and while it’s not easy, it is simple. At the end of this post, I’ve even included a free download to try to help you.