Money Is Not a Source of Creation

Possibility does not come from money. It is about what you can choose and what you can do because of choices that create greater possibility.

A lot of people think of money as a tool for creating, but money is not a source of creation. You are the source of creation that creates money. Money is a lazy pile of shit. It doesn’t want to work that hard. You, on the other hand, are not a lazy pile of shit. You like to work hard because it makes you happy.

Are creation and creativity a source of money? No. Money …

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Make Love With Your Money

When you start investing in things that you know and love, your life will change immediately, and this world will become a much more beautiful place.

By: Natalie Pace

You are a creator of our world. Your retirement dollars are invested in the corporations that define our existence. When you realize the power of your money and investments as tools to make you rich and to also enrich our world, you will start aligning yourself with other creative and motivated people who are invested in your success, the success of the companies you choose to support with your investment dollars

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The Silver Lining of the Recession

Woman Considering Her Life

If you are wondering ‘what it’s all about’, here are some ways you can reconnect, raise your awareness and start re-designing your way to a new meaningful life.

By: Laura Berman Fortgang

Human beings have often engaged in the search for meaning, but today’s economic downturn has brought the subject to light in a new way. People are re-evaluating whether their financial power to accumulate possessions and wealth is the only determining factor of their happiness and success. Some are being forced to shrink their activities, their budgets and their ambitions and many report that it is not all bad. …

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The Human ATM

Teenagers Are Expensive to Maintain

What to do when missed curfews, texting and “Mom can I have the keys?” make you miserable. First off, realize that teenagers are expensive to maintain. Think of them as yachts with messy rooms.

By: Joanne Kimes and R.J. Colleary with Rebecca Rutledge, PhD

This sound familiar? You’re whipping money out of your wallet to hand your teen so often that you’ve given yourself carpal tunnel syndrome? Or maybe you’re thinking about getting a weekend job just to afford your teenager? Or you’ve actually made the phone call (disguising your voice of course) to inquire how much the Red Cross …

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How to Recession Proof Your Family and Develop Kids Strengths

Girl Working on Computer

Too many CDs taking up space and not enough time transfer them to an iPod? If your child can work an iPod, he can offer this service to others.

By: Jenifer Fox

Remember the movie Karate Kid? Wax on, wax off? The zen master prepares the boy for Karate championship by having him repeat endless chores that seem meaningless like rubbing the wax on a car and rubbing it off. Later in life this motion is used as an expert Karate move.

When I was a girl, my father had us cleaning plate glass windows with a squee gee. Surprisingly,

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