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Understanding Your Relationship with Money & How It Can Affect Your Financial Success

Written by Maggie Lohmiller.

Do you ever wonder where your money disappears to every month? You work hard to pinch pennies, spend frugally, and stretch every dollar... yet you can’t seem to grasp where all your cash went at the end of the month. It just seems to vanish without you really knowing where it ran off. So if every time you see your credit card bill or a bank statement you are surprised, keep reading…

The solution to the problem is simple, but it does require some work on your part. Being organized with your money is a guaranteed way to track your savings and spending. No one has limitless time to obsess over finances. So, developing a reasonable system that works for you will eliminate excess stress. You should personalize this system as something you find easy to maintain; something you can keep up with in the long-term. Through a series of articles, we will walk through an approach - an entire system that you can adapt to create your personal routine to keep the guess work out of your finances.

How to Network Effectively

Written by Danielle Travali.

The term “networking” may make you think of yuppie, 20-somethings walking around a dimly lit bar wearing bad neckties and talking about themselves incessantly. It does not have to be that way. Networking can be a valuable asset to your career and/or business.

You don’t have to be pushy and in-your-face to be a successful networker. In fact, that’s the last thing you want to be. In the competitive career world, it’s vital to maintain contacts that may help you get ahead in the future. Here, we’ll tell you how!