It is always possible to make a major change in your life. But if you want the change to stick, approach the decision logically and methodically.
It's easy to give up when you're afraid, but that's no way to live. Overcome your fears with this expert advice on doing the things that frighten you.
Many struggle with large credit card balances instead of saying to others, "I can't afford that," but recognizing financial limits is one key to financial freedom.
Goals come from our values. In 2013, why not live according to your values instead of constantly striving to reach goals?
Turn your next one-on-one with your boss into a promotion or raise with some common-sense preparation and a willingness to shine.
It seems like New Year's resolutions were made to be broken. This year, let's change that by looking old resolutions and getting them back on track.
Almost everybody makes New Year's resolutions, and almost nobody keeps them for more than a few weeks. But resolutions can work — here's how.
During the December holidays, it can feel super stressful to even THINK about preparing for the new year. Don't worry! Follow this list, and you'll be ready for 2013.
Want to quit your job? If you play your cards right, you can use these steps to turn an awkward situation into a great new career opportunity.
Making big financial change requires vision, commitment, and inspiration. Here are 21 ways to stay the course and meet your goals.
When you're working on a personal goal — whether it has to do with money, health, or something else — a little accountability can be instrumental.
Do you really know how much money you'll need to retire? Find out by filling out this short (but comprehensive) worksheet.
Want to figure out how much money you need to be financially successful? First you need to figure out what you want out of life.
In a world of cell phones and instant downloads, being patient isn't just a virtue — it's downright difficult. Take a deep breath and follow these steps.
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