marriage

Marriage Counseling Should Be a Long Term Comittment

My wife and I have been committed to taking part in marriage counseling for six of the seven years that we have been married. continue reading...

To-Dos to Keep Your Marriage Strong in Tough Economic Times

After a fair amount of research, I found that there was a direct relationship between the increase in economic duress and rising divorce rates.  We have all heard how high money issues are on the list of topics of conflict in marriage, so this statistic only makes sense.   continue reading...

Prosperity Lost

I believe when you have created prosperity once and lose it, not only do you have the yearn to create it again, but you also have the experience to do it better, smarter and faster the second time.  Many of us have seen our net worth drop or diminish altogether over the last year and the void that has been created is a natural event.  That void, like all voids, begs to be filled and the human need for progress will keep it going. continue reading...

Lifestyle Deisgn

Guest Post by Cory Huff, Publisher of AGoodHusband.net, HusbandsandDads.com

Reading Tim Ferriss’ book the Four Hour Work Week was a real eye opener for me.  The concept of Lifestyle Design is something that I could wrap my brain around fairly quickly.  I was stuck in a career that was going nowhere in an industry that is dying.  My financial outlook was grim and my time freedom was almost non-existent. continue reading...

Family First Entrepreneur

I went to lunch today with one of my good friends, Aaron Offshore. I call him that because he always has his money in places like Panama, Nicaragua, or some other foreign countries. He is a very creative Family First Entrepreneur and because of that similarity between us, our relationship has grown. We have gotten so we are able to talk about and relate to the tough stuff. continue reading...

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