Archive for September, 2014

Someone You Should Know, Part 2

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Someone You Should Know, Part 2

This is my second post in a series on people I greatly admire. In this article, I profile my college roommate, Brian McMerty. I think you’ll find him very special and endearing, and I feel fortunate to be able to count him as a lifelong friend. Brian was the eighth child of nine, raised in […]

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6 Key Pieces of Financial Advice for Your Young Adult Child

Filed in Money by on September 18, 2014 2 Comments
6 Key Pieces of Financial Advice for Your Young Adult Child

One of my readers asked me what financial advice I would give to a young adult. She was concerned that her recently college-graduated daughter might begin making money mistakes, such as overspending on credit cards, which would jeopardize her finances. She said if I did a post on this topic she would pass it along […]

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A Simple Test to Gauge Your Character

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A Simple Test to Gauge Your Character

There is an easy way to gauge an important aspect of your character, specifically, your compassion, empathy, and humanity toward others. If you don’t fare well, don’t fret, I will end my discussion with a tip on how you can improve. The simplest way to gauge this facet of your character is by assessing, as […]

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Do You Believe in Ghosts?

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Do You Believe in Ghosts?

  During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.   I never believed in ghosts until I had two very credible people relay incidents where they witnessed a ghost. My wife and I were at a dinner party one night and we were sitting at a table with […]

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