PERSONAL FINANCE

Financial Well-Being of Individuals

Character Trait — Self-Motivation

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self-motivation  —  motivated to do or achieve something because of one’s own enthusiasm or interest, without needing pressure from others.

You must be your own motivator.

You may get encouragement from others; but it is up to YOU to keep yourself focused on your goals.

It is all up  to you.

 

 

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February 19, 2015 at 7:24 pm

Character Trait — Sense of Urgency

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sense of urgency  —  a driving desire to accomplish the most important items… now!

An unrelenting push for speed that leads directly to desired results.

It is not is not running around at 400 miles an hour like a chicken without a head.

It is the feeling that you are going to do something now, you are going to accomplish something.  It is a sense of having a commitment to making something happen on the important issues.

 

 

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February 14, 2015 at 5:42 pm

Character Trait — Commitment

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commitment  —  the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc.

If you want to be financially secure, then you must make the commitment.

This means sacrifice.

None of this

—  when I feel like it

—  when I get the time

—  I have ….  to do

—  I will work on it tomorrow

Working toward financial security must be one of your highest priorities.

 

 

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February 11, 2015 at 3:02 am

Character Trait — Work Ethic

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Work ethic is a value based upon hard work and diligence.

Continuous focus, concentration and attention to detail.

Do not just go through the motions.

Have a strong work ethic whether working for someone else or yourself.

Like a dog with a bone!

 

 

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February 7, 2015 at 10:31 pm

Character Trait — Individualistic

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Individualistic  —  characterized by individualism; independent and self-reliant; not concerned about what other people will think.

Not being part of the herd.

The herd NEVER achieves financial security; the herd usually loses money.

Think for yourself.

Work with others, use the knowledge and information of others but make your own decisions.

 

 

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February 5, 2015 at 4:45 am

Character Trait — Competitiveness

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Competitiveness  —  Liking competition and willing to compete

Obtaining financial security results from winning the contest between you and other individuals and entities for money and economic resources.

You must have the ability and performance to win the fight/contest.

Yes, it is a fight.

Freeloaders and lowquals continue to use government to steal your tax dollars.

This is money you could use for YOUR financial security.

 

 

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February 1, 2015 at 1:01 am

States Have Cut College Funding

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The recession was when state governments slashed funding of higher education and families began paying higher tuition bills.

Families and students did not have the money to pay these bills.

So student loan debt soared.

Arizona slashed per-student spending by 48 percent; Virginia, funding has been cut by nearly 25 percent; in Maryland, by 12 percent.

States have hurt the future of these students and the economy of the state.

Instead of investing in the future, states continue to waste money on freeloaders and lowquals.

Might as well just burn the money.

In the last ten years, tuition has more than doubled at many state colleges.

With both reduced per student spending and higher tuition, students are going deeper and deeper into debt to go to  college.

If this keeps up, no one but rich families will be able to send their children to college.

How is your family’s college funding?

 

 

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February 1, 2015 at 12:04 am

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