Personal Finance Blogs

10 Personal Finance Blogs to Start Reading Today

We’re big fans of informational blogs, for obvious reasons. Blogs give experts a way of sharing their knowledge, ideas and thoughts with the masses so we’re all a little wiser. RSS feeds have made it easy to aggregate all the useful posts from your favorite blogs. It’s also easier than
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How to Use Deep Work to Achieve Greater Results in Less Time

If you’re reading this blog chances are you have specific goals you want to accomplish. And for those of us who are trying to be our most productive, the exceedingly rare and little-understood practice of “deep work” is an idea worth diving into. In his bestselling book Deep Work, Cal
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A Sneak Peek at The 2020 ONE Thing Planner

The twenty-tens are drawing to a close and the Roaring 20s 2.0 are just around the bend. And here at The ONE Thing, that means it’s time to start planning for the year ahead. Whether you’ve already had your own Goal Setting Retreat, come to ours, or are still trying
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Experience a Breakthrough by Moving from E to P

So you’ve ignited the engine and are ready to blast into the stratosphere. That’s great. You’re going to need that enthusiasm and energy for your success to endure. However, you can’t go about everything all willy-nilly. The entrepreneurial spirit you’ve used to get here will only carry you so far.
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multitasking is a lie

Lie #2: Multitasking Increases Productivity

Would you rather do ONE thing well or do numerous things poorly? If you are a multitasker, it’s a question that needs to be asked. The idea of multitasking as an acceptable way of getting multiple things done at once has become so mainstream that busy people have bought into
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Where to Find Your Parenting Mentor

Parenting can be the toughest and most rewarding job we ever have. If we have mentors in other areas of our life, why not have a mentor for the most important task we’ll ever take on? Few people are prepared for the 24/7, 365days a year role that parenting requires,so
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Knowing When to Say No: A Lesson from Atari

Current events and cultural trends can propel a business forward or hold it back. In some cases it can do both. That was the fate of Atari. If you were born in or before the 1970s, chances are you’re familiar with Atari, the famous gaming console that launched the multi-billion
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Groundhog tips for the work environment

Don’t Get Stuck in a Groundhog Day Loop, Breaking out of a Rut

The alarm goes off. Blindly, you reach to hit the snooze button. You get up, have some coffee, and start your day. Go to work, rush to get ahead, come home, and go to bed. Rinse and repeat. You’re definitely doing things, but are you actually going anywhere? Or are
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Jay Papasan Discusses Making Your Relationships Great with John Howard

When it comes to handling key relationships in our personal and professional lives, we can all learn a lot from John Howard. And luckily, we get the chance to do just that when Jay Papasan sits down with John during our next ONE Thing webinar this Thursday, August 27th. John
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The ONE Thing Comes in First on WSJ

Congratulations to Gary and Jay on hitting the No. 1 spot on The Wall Street Journal’s Bestseller List! We are happy to announce that The ONE Thing came in first on WSJ‘s Hardcover Business List today, after spending weeks climbing the ranks of more than 30 lists, including: #1 USA
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