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May 21st, 2016 by divider



The Art of Public Speaking

Joseph Berg ESENWEIN (1867 – 1946) and Dale CARNEGIE (1888 – 1955)
The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie and Joseph B. Esenwein is a manual for people who have to speak in public, and it is still in use today. Whether the occasion in question is sharing travel experiences with friends, a toast for newly-weds, or a public debate, the tips and tricks collected in this book will come handy anywhere.

The book describes how to make effective use of one’s voice and gestures, how to gain and convey confidence in front of a large audience, and which methods to use to convert the listeners to one’s own cause. Each chapter contains examples and a list of practice exercises. The last 15 sections are real speeches by famous men to function as a study aid. (Summary by Availle)

Genre(s): Self-Help

Language: English

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May 18th, 2016 by divider



Are church buildings a waste of God’s money?

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May 13th, 2016 by divider



Learn how to determine cash flow in a budget in this free video on managing money & personal finances.

Expert: Lamont Stewart
Bio: Lamont Stewart is a Financial Adviser with over 10 years of investing experience helping individuals and small business owners plan and save for retirement. In addition, Mr.
Filmmaker: Akita McCulloch

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May 2nd, 2016 by divider



Watch more How to Manage Your Money videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/427361-How-to-Plan-for-Your-Financial-Future

Planning for your financial future doesn’t have to be intimidating. Here are some simple steps to build lifelong income.

Step 1: Have a plan
Have a plan. It’s never too early — or too late — to create a road map for your financial future. Whether you want to save for your first home, your child’s college education, or retirement, when you have a plan in place, you’re better positioned to weather the ups and downs of the market and make more informed decisions.

Tip
Seek advice from a retirement-planning specialist who is objective. You want to be sure that any recommendations are based on your best interests, not theirs.

Step 2: Diversify your portfolio
Spread your money among different types of investments, like stocks, bonds, real estate, and money market accounts. Different types of investments tend to rise and fall at different times; so if one area loses value, your entire portfolio won’t suffer.

Step 3: Arrange for guaranteed income
One goal of saving for retirement is to replace the income you earned when you were working. Consider buying a low-cost annuity: a lifetime annuity can provide guaranteed monthly income for the rest of your life — no matter how long you live.

Tip
If your employer offers a low-cost annuity in your retirement plan, consider investing in it now.

Step 4: Get the most value
Get the most value out of your plan. Look for low-fee investments; even small charges add up and can dent your money’s ability to grow. And take advantage of any free financial services offered by your current employer, like financial education seminars or consultants that can help you review and plan for your financial goals.

Step 5: Make your money work harder for you
Maximize your savings by taking advantage of any workplace perks, like a 401(k) that offers matching contributions from your employer, or programs that give you tax breaks for putting away money for things like education and retirement health care.

Tip
If your employer offers matching contributions, try to save at least enough to be eligible for the match. It’s a risk-free way to double your contributions.

Step 6: Start saving now
Don’t worry if you can’t put all of these strategies to use right now; the most important thing is to save. The earlier you start, the more time you have for your money to work for you.

Did You Know?
A 30-year old saving approximately $250 a month can build a $350,000 nest egg by age 65. It takes a 50-year old saving more than $1,200 per month to achieve the same goal.

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April 29th, 2016 by divider



2016 is just around the corner. Have you set financial goals for yourself and/or household? Be ambitious and work to make it happen! I hope sharing our saving’s goals and sinking fund method will inspire you to give it a try in 2016.

xoxo,
Heather
www.believeinbetterfinances.com

PS – Don’t forget to subscribe!

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April 23rd, 2016 by divider



We all have thoughts, opinions and emotions around money! Let’s shift and transform those emotions towards a new positive way of feeling and thinking about money. Take control of your money! It no longer has control over you!

Email me at coaching@teddivon.com to get the free excel financial spreadsheet to start controlling your money. (Sorry guys youtube doesnt let me post a document)

Meditation: “There is plenty of money in the world for everyone. I deserve and receive money. Money is just an exchange of energy. I can find creative ways to live in financial abundance. I have control and will use money for good.”

Do the 3 step process to transform your subconscious relationship with money.
1.Recognize(write it down)
2.Change
3.Let the old go and move on with the new thoughts and feelings

Let’s do this together. You are not alone on this new journey. Reach out if you have questions or need a good push in the right direction!

Move forward!

Check out Dave Ramsey, Chris Miles and Joan Sotkins(I forgot to mention her but she deals with emotions on money)

Many Blessings!

Teddi Von Havranek

teddivonhavranek.com

professionaldreambuilder.com

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn — Let’s Connect

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April 21st, 2016 by divider



Separating your property and finances after a separation or divorce is a challenge.

This video, part of a series produced by Legal Aid Western Australia, explains what you should know about your property and financial matters. This includes what you can expect from a property settlement, as well as what preparations you can do to make dividing your property less stressful.

Find out more at http://www.whenseparating.legalaid.wa.gov.au

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April 18th, 2016 by divider



Our New Contributor Bobby Bhuyian, is our new Resident Financial Gentleman.
He talks in his first Podcast about why you should look after your finances.

To contact him or us please do so via the details below.

The Perfect Gentleman – http://www.theperfectgentleman.tv
Twitter – @thePgentlemen
Instagram – @thePgentlemen
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/ThePGentlemen

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April 18th, 2016 by divider



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Watch more Client Videos videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/405442-How-to-Teach-Kids-Financial-Literacy

Step 1: Contact Junior Achievement
Contact Junior Achievement, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching young people work readiness and financial literacy, through ja.org. Tell them you’d like to volunteer with one of their programs at a local school. You don’t need a financial background or special degree. JA makes it easy by providing the curriculum and training you.

Step 2: Ask about a local school
Talk with your local JA chapter to find out where they’re active, and ask how you can get involved. If JA is already working at a local school you’re familiar with, volunteer to teach the program there.

Step 3: Get training
Attend a short training session. Training sessions make it easy, providing step-by-step materials for you to use.

Step 4: Start teaching!
Start teaching! Don’t be nervous: children are excited to have a volunteer in the classroom, and eager to hear what you have to say.

Tip
Consider asking friends to volunteer for JA, too — either teaching their own classes or teaming up with you.

Step 5: Help the kids of family and friends
If there’s no JA program in your community, or if you just want to do more, consider helping children of family and friends. Check out the materials JA developed on financial literacy at “ja.org/lessons”:http://www.ja.org/programs/programssaveusamaterialsparents.shtml.

Step 6: Be fulfilled
Be fulfilled. Volunteers repeatedly say how rewarding it is to see kids begin to understand the basics of managing their money. Remember, it doesn’t take a lot of time to impact someone’s life.

Did You Know?
In a recent JA study, 83 percent of teens said the best time to learn money management is in grades K through 12.

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April 14th, 2016 by divider



Mom’s a Genius: From struggling with finances to financial coach

WXYZ 7 Action News is metro Detroit’s leading source for breaking news, weather warnings, award-winning investigative reports, sports and entertainment.

WXYZ 7 Action News is Detroit’s breaking news and weather leader. Channel 7 – on-air, online at WXYZ.com and always Taking Action for You.

For more download the WXYZ mobile app:

iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wxyz
Android: http://bit.ly/wxyzplay

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