Category Archives: Guest Post

Guest Post: The Get Rich Slow Mindset

Today’s guest post comes from Andrew Syrios over at AndrewSyrios.com. Today, Andrew reminds us of the importance of delayed gratification. No matter what you’ve heard from get-rich-quick gurus, infomercials or game show hosts, becoming wealthy is not a quick and … Continue reading

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Interview with Da Coach

Hey everyone, Da Coach interviewed me for his investor/entrepreneur series! And by “Da Coach,” I’m referring to Coach Carson and not Mike Ditka. And I’m sorry for my Chicago slang. I was born and raised in Chicagoland (more slang) and still … Continue reading

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Gratitude Found Through Perspective

Shannon and Sergio who write over at Screw the Average guest post today with a healthy dose of gratitude! Screw the Average is a pretty great blog name, but I like their tagline even better: be an outlier. And these two are definitely … Continue reading

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Living Small and Saving Big

While I’n on the road, I’m featuring guest posts. Today’s comes from Owen over at PlanEasy. In a past life, I had a 4500 square foot home. It was ridiculous. Why does a family of 4 need a home with 4 … Continue reading

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The Bigger Picture

While I’m on the road, I’m featuring guest posts! Today’s comes from my friend Mrs. WoW  from Waffles on Wednesday. I love this post because it reminds us that money is never the end goal. However, figuring out exactly what … Continue reading

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The Incredible Value of Listening

Ask the Readers takes a break while I’m on the road. Instead, I’m featuring guest posts. Today’s comes from my friend Bryan over at Income Surfer. Bryan is one of those people that I wish lived on my street. When we … Continue reading

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The Friendly Russian Lives the American Dream

Ask the Readers takes a holiday break today. I usually post about gratitude on Friday, but I wanted you to see this one in time for the 4th of July holiday. You’ll know why when you read it. Thanks Friendly … Continue reading

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Friday Gratitude with Mustard Seed Money

Today’s dose of gratitude comes from Mustard Seed Money. Mustard Seed is an accountant in his late 30s who hopes to retire at age 40. Take it away! When Gratitude Requires Hindsight Growing up, my parents and grandparents enjoyed recounting … Continue reading

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How to Accumulate your First $100,000 in Investable Assets

Today’s guest post is from Scott Trench. I first met Scott a couple of years ago at a business conference and was immediately impressed. Despite his young age (mid 20s), he had already attained a leadership position at BiggerPockets, a crazy successful … Continue reading

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Five Things I Miss About Work with ESI Money

The following post is by ESI from ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). It’s written by an early 50s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how … Continue reading

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