Best Money Tips: Learn the Art of Meaningful Conversation

By Amy Lu on 31 October 2017 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to master meaningful conversation, tips to organize your Gmail inbox in 20 minutes, and ways to be more assertive at work.

Top 5 Articles

The Art of Meaningful Conversation — You have to move past small talk if you want to improve your career, your relationships, and your life. [Listen Money Matters]

How To Organize Your Gmail In 20 Minutes (And Keep It That Way) — Use Gmail's label feature to easily sort your emails. [Dumb Little Man]

 4 ways to be more assertive at work — Stop diminishing your own statements by using words that suggest you lack confidence in what you're saying. [CNN Money]

8 Legal Ways to Lower Your Tax Liability — Taxes are unavoidable, but you can use an array of strategies and deductions to lower your tax liability. [Everything Finance]

Pros and Cons of Making Your Own Cat Food — Always talk to your vet first before giving your pet homemade food. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

Other Essential Reading

Frugal Sack Lunch Ideas for Kids — Fill up your kids with these tasty and cost-effective lunch items. [Beating Broke]

Monetizing Your Blog: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself — Any blog can be monetized, but not all of them will. Getting the answers to these questions will help you turn your blog into a moneymaking machine. [Cash The Checks]

7 Ways to Develop a Learner Mindset at Work — Keeping a "learner mindset" at work can help you engage with situations more creatively. [Zoho Blog]

30 Ways to Come Alive, and Not Just Exist — Try a different route when you come home and explore new streets. [The Positivity Blog]

Nonprofits step up to help Americans navigate health care maze — The Trump administration isn't making it easy for Americans to sign up for health insurance through the ACA, but many nonprofits are determined to help people get insured. [The Christian Science Monitor]

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