With the new year underway and everyone excited to talk about their resolutions and how they plan on saving money, you’ve probably already seen a few more Facebook updates than normal. Have you seen any of these status updates … or better yet, posted one yourself?
One comment sent Lisa Earle McLeod on a six-year journey interviewing salespeople all over the world to find out if a sense of purpose is the one element that made a difference. Recently, she sat down with EntreLeadership Podcast host Chris LoCurto to talk about the study and her book based on her findings.
Goal: Get up earlier.
To help you identify the types of goal-setters in your life—as well as which type of goal-setter you are—we put together this handy-dandy list. What type of goal-setter are you?
One bowl, one pan, one hour—that’s all it takes to craft this delicious, moist and perfectly portable pound cake. Martha Thompson shares the simple recipe.
We’ve gathered some of Dave’s best advice about buying a home into this guide. Whether you’re looking for your new home right now or home buying is part of your future, this guide will help you make the process as simple as possible.
Attack your goal of buying a home with the same intensity and intentionality as you attacked your debt and you’ll find yourself in a new home you can enjoy without the money problems most homeowners face.
Dave's teachings are about more than budgets and penny pinching. Get a glimpse of recent Financial Peace University graduates' hopes and dreams for the future as a result of the life-changing class.
Struggling with your kids? Here are four foolproof ways to put things right—or make what’s already good with your kids even better.
When you finally got your hands on that first paycheck of 2013, you no doubt registered one of three emotions: anger, confusion or ignorant bliss. Well, we’re here to clear things up with straight facts about the recent tax change and what it means for you and your family.
Jon Acuff explains what "hinge moments" are and how they can help you clearly define what it is you want to do with the rest of your life.
Make serious headway in your financial and relational goals by tailoring your actions to your personality. To get started, determine if you’re a Nerd or Free Spirit then commit to doing these things throughout January.
If you're going to have a Make It Happen year, you've got to use winter weeknights to your advantage. Determine what you'd like to learn and pick books suited to your goals. We asked a few of our leaders about their recent reads.
Take a look at these five steps to set the wrong goals for 2013. Do any of them sound familiar? If you want to set goals that work this new year, make sure you don't follow these steps.
Is one of your goals for 2013 to read more books? Share this with your friends to keep you accountable.
This revamped German Chocolate cake recipe, done in half the time of Mom's homemade cake, has just as much flavor and is so simple.
We don’t mess with resolutions. We set goals. Thankfully, goal setting doesn’t have to be a stressful process. Here's some guidance to get you thinking about the seven areas of your life.
Now that you’ve made some goals for 2013, you might wonder if you’re in the right place—the right city—to make them happen. Take a look at this list of best and worst cities for accomplishing your goals.
Research shows that people who follow a zero-based budgeting system like this one pay off 19% more debt and save 18% more money than those who don't! Download our free budgeting form now.
Are you itching to know what’s going to be cool and what’s going to be lame in 2013? Check out our list of the ins and outs to kick off the new year.