What Is Financial Independence?

The responsible way to handle money is to get a paycheck, pay the bills, and spend the rest. As long as I do it in that order I am being financially responsible. USA Today reported on October 9, 2016 that Nearly 7 in 10 Americans have less than $1,000 in savings.

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Building Trust — Part IV: Follow-through

Follow-through is the traceability between what I say and what I do. It’s that traceability throughout a situation from beginning to end which builds trust. Many times I’ve found that this is difficult see though. I don’t always define a clear goal at the beginning of the situation so when I get to the end,

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Building Trust — Part III: Simplicity

This post about simplicity is Part III in our series on building trust. We’ve learned that you can build trust through listening and vulnerability so far. Both of those are passive behaviors. Now let’s learn about the active behavior of simplicity.

Simple,

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Building Trust — Part II: Vulnerability

This is Part II in our series on building trust which focuses on vulnerability. In Part I we talked about the importance of trust between Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the first men to summit Mount Everest and how that relates to any other trusting relationship. They climbed the highest mountain in the world while roped together. 

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Building Trust — Part I: Listening

This is the first post in a series about building trust. Listening is the most important way to build trust which we will discover throughout the rest of this post.

Check out the photo above of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, the first climbers to summit Mount Everest on May 29,

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