Over time, banks have become increasingly adept and adopting new policies which can allow them to extract money from their customers for frivolous causes, without giving much in return.
If you have ever built a business ground up, online or offline, you probably know that there is a point (or, there are points) where things begin to expand slightly faster than is really comfortable, but still not quite as quickly as you would really like them to.
If you are anything like me, you might have a hard drive full of unstudied information – most of which you want to study and recognize as being valuable and useful. The trick is, finding time to study valuable information which you can use in projects, while still having time to work on the projects […]
Tax season just ended, and while some people might consider I am a bit late on writing about this, there is also another way of looking at it. Now is a great time to get the year off to a good start so that next year, you don’t have to go through what you went […]
I have had a hard drive full of what I call “virtual post-it notes.” Notepad (.txt) files stored away in different folders with notes about everything. Little notes, you know? Like post-its on the fridge, but worse. I would need a hundred fridges to hold all these virtual post-it notes. Examples? Product Keys, Serial Numbers, […]
Every one of us has a certain amount of time to spend online per day (or per week, or per month.) Some of us are online whenever we are not eating or sleeping, some of us are simply online whenever we are not sleeping. But many of us might only have an hour or two […]
Today is Blog Action Day and thousands of bloggers around the world are blogging on one subject: poverty. Since this is a blog about building up streams of income, I thought it would be appropriate to post about this subject on this blog. A friend of mine recently returned from Africa where she works on […]
Do you ever feel like you don’t want to stop to sleep anymore? Do you ever feel like just going and going and going … until every incomplete website is built …