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Do you ever sit down to pay the bills and wonder where all your money is going? Does it sometimes seem like there is never enough to get to where you want to go?
Perhaps you’ve tried getting on a budget, but it was just too complicated or you weren’t sure how it would affect your standard of living.
With so many Americans struggling to make ends meet, there seem to be more questions than answers .
Maybe there’s a secret to all this. Maybe it doesn’t have to be such a struggle.
Our guest, Stefanie O’Connell, moved to New York to become a Broadway actress during the Great Recession, and in the process learned clever ways to make a little go a long way. She is the author of The Broke and Beautiful Life, and she’s going to share with us some of the tips and secrets that have helped transform her life.
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Memphis always seem to come up with money when our mayor or city counsel wants something but when the city needs something we are broke for some reason,. They are saying we can't afford our police or fireman but we can afford everything else... We will be all over this tonight so tune in and join the conversation from 7pm to 9pm plus I have some stories from across the nation that you just might want to hear
Ever wondered how your parents made less money than you, but still managed to maintain the household? At one time, I did, too. I used to think that my parents made so much more money than I did, but once I got older I realized that they didn't. I finally realized that they didn't have as many bills as I do.
My parents didn't have a cable bill, cell phone bills, or internet. My DirecTV, $110, cell phone, $100, my Internet service, $51. That's $261 per month that my parents didn't have to deal with when I was a kid. Mix in Netflix, Xbox Live, and the NFL Sunday Ticket and a lot of my paycheck goes to things that aren't a necessity.
Technology is why a lot of us are broke. We've gotten so addicted to luxuries that we've made them necessities. How can we improve our discipline? Do we really need to raise minimum wage or just cut certain luxuries out of our lives?
All of this and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 476
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.
Sammi is from TVGrapevine. Mandi is from 3 Ice Cubes. Together they are 2 Broke Bloggers living the dream, one crazy adventure at a time. Join them as they take the entertainment world by storm.
Today's episode: The introduction, the week in entertainment.
It`s been a little minute yeah I know but we back and we got a lot on our mind, but lemme ask you a question? What do you look for out of your relationship, what's more important "The Loyalty or Wealth" ? Would you rather be with someone who is loyal but is financially unstable or have that 1 who can get you whatever you want or need with no hesitation and loves you unconditionally but can't seem t stay faithful? HMMMM, call in discuss ya opinion we want to know I mean it is a recession them checks looking nice so what are you willing to deal with ? Tune in for laughs jokes and a good time you don't want to miss it.
Are people broke? Where is our society really at financially? Is it me, and my products that they are not purchasing? Is it a need vs. want-thing? Are people not spending on luxuries, or just not at all? Basically, is the money being held tightly, right now, or is it just not there? That's what we are wondering, lately!
Join The Business Hippies, Earl & Hannah Tiffin for a frank discussion on this weeks topic: Are People Broke. The Tiffin's own and operate several businesses, including: The Legacy Coalition, The Business Hippies, TopFloor Music, and their many subsidiary and sister businesses.
Earl is a professional musician, booking agent, educator, and writer. He has enjoyed regional success as a bandleader, sideman, and percussion educator. He recently, with his wife Hannah, has slowed down the pace of live performances, and set up some percussion-based programs: Earth Rhythms, Couples Drumming, etc.
Hannah is a professional painter, artist, writer and educator. Her artwork is enjoying interest nationally! She produces original pieces, and her healing tree line, as well as prints, greeting cards, fabrics, and household items. She has recently started working as a success coach for at risk youth.
The Business Hippies typically broadcasts on Wednesdays on BlogTalk Radio
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If you have a mortage on your home, guess what ?
You Are Broke !
Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss how a "mortgage" is a tool of "Weaponized Banking". To a very high degree mostly "broke" people will get a mortgage on their homes. Over all people who do not have cash apply for credit to make up the difference of what they do not have. To get debt free we need to model what some of the wealthiest families on the planet have done and that is organize their own "Family Bank" to meet any of their credit needs and get debt free.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio, we will be joined by the author of "The Definition Of A Brokes Ass", Dawah Yisrael. We will discuss the impact that the promotion and practice of homosexuality is having on the "Black community". We will also discuss the unspoken health issues that happens to those who engage in homosexual activities. There are known homosexuals like Gazi Kodzo and Cleo Manago being propped up as "leaders" in our organic struggle; what does their presence mean? How should we deal with those organizations that harbor homosexuals? Join us in this discussion.
There is a pattern with healers that causes overworking, over-giving, and under charging.
You may have even heard the expression of being a ‘broke’ healer. In fact, so many healers are not making a great income, so they go back in the closet, get a job, and never get to live their life purpose.
But you can change that so you can be fully expressed as a healer AND make a good living doing the work you love.
In this call Therese Skelly will share the top 3 reasons you may be hitting that income plateau and how to change those patterns.
Discover what you will explore on this pathway:
Why you can’t charge what you want to
How to step in and really own your healing gifts
How money can be a mirror for hidden blocks
Mindset and money tools to help you grow your practice
Speaker Bio. Therese Skelly has the insider’s edge on how healers and heart centered business owners relate to their money and growing a business. She helps them own their value and charge more by helping clear hidden blocks and knows what it’s like to take a flat-lined business to a 6-figure one.
As a former psychotherapist Therese knows how the unconscious can work against you, as well as how to flip that to be more successful.
Be sure to catch Therese on the upcoming Invincible 6-Figure Healer Telesummit, starting June 2! Register here!
SHOW NOTES: Our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. This episode is, "Be EASY To Work With (or be broke)."
What does this episode title mean?
1) You want money. People want to give you money. Why make it hard for them to do so?
One of the challenges that all professionals face is frustration at the self-sabotaging behaviors that some humans implement. The intersection of income and attitude is one of the most difficult for me to personally understand. I have worked as a mentor, coach, corporate trainer, speaker, consultant and attorney with people who lament their income. “I don’t make enough money!” “They don’t pay me what I am worth!” “My business is not doing well!”
Their frustration often stems from the fact that people build artificial blockades between their stated goal and their current situation. In other words, the most simple analysis is that the person wants money and someone else wants to give money away (by hiring an employee, purchasing a good or service, etc.).
2) We have all been on the side of the equation when we have money and are doing everything that we can to give it away and we are prevented from doing so. We walk into a store to purchase an item and no one that works there will help us. We walk into a restaurant to purchase food and drink and no one will seat us or serve our table. We desperately need more staff members for our business (we are swamped with more work than we can handle!), yet the applicants are late or don’t show up at all. We have to pay