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Guest Blog - Kathleen Frati - "Design Your Day"

I want to welcome to the Trail Kathleen Frati.  Kathleen joined the Trail Blazers on Tuesday to participate in the Blazing Trails Adventure “Find the Time to Get Lost – A Natural Approach to Time Management.”  – she said she was inspired to write this post after she attended.  982 more words

To be content

If somebody should ask you right now if you are content, what would your answer be? Think about it, are you content? Are you happy with your life as it is right now? 888 more words

WTF?

Hey all how’s it going …?
Hope things are going well for you. It’s been awhile since I actually got on and posted.

What have I been up to? 75 more words

Life

Urban Business Roundtable Spotlight: Construction Management CEO Deryl McKissack

This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, Dywaine Betts Jr., speaks with Deryl McKissack, the president and CEO of McKissack & McKissack, a company specializing in architecture and interiors, program and construction management, and planning and facilities management with offices in Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles. 309 more words

Money

#WealthforLife Wednesdays: The Real Cost of Payday Loans

“Fast cash! No credit check! No paper hassles! 100% approval! Bad Credit is OK!” are just some of the advertising messages payday lenders use to promote and entice borrowers to apply for payday loans. 749 more words

Money

#WealthforLife Wednesdays: Boost Your Financial IQ!

I wasn’t taught about money in school and most of you probably weren’t either. Much of what I learned came from observing what took place in my household. 871 more words

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[INFOGRAPHIC] #WealthforLife Wednesdays: How to Retire The Right Way

Forget about all the get-rich-quick schemes. Building a healthy retirement reserve is a slow and steady process that takes patience, consistency, and prudent investing. And planning for it is your individual responsibility as more investment decisions are being shifted from companies back to employees. 102 more words

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