By Herbert Kyles
The room for error in most money decisions can leave you feeling pressured to make all the right moves now. The good news is we can learn from other people’s experiences to help us make better choices today so we don’t end up saddled with regrets about how we used our money in the past.
Here are five common money mistakes and how you can avoid them:
Compiled 12:05 am EDT 21 Nov. 2017 by Judy Byington
A. Nov. 20 2017 4:56 pm EST GCR Intel Alert: Operation Disclosure GCR/RV Intel Alert for November 20, 2017 https://operationdisclosure.blogspot.com/
1. Everything has been set.
2. Nothing has changed.
3. There have been no delays.
4. All Indictments are ready to be unsealed.
5. The Cabal has lost.
By Natasha Burton
It’s Your Call
As I've gotten older, I've somehow become less capable of making a decision — or at least feeling confident while doing so. From pressing matters like a job offer to trivial choices (What should I have for dinner?), making a decision sometimes feels impossible.
Sound familiar? Here’s how to ease the decision-making process — and become more self-assured about every choice you make.
By Kristin Wong
A few years ago, my boyfriend lost his awful job. It shouldn’t have happened. He worked hard, came in early, left late, powered through sick days and rarely took lunch. This workaholic, counterproductive behavior was highly encouraged by his Lumberg-esque boss. Like I said, it was an awful job.
It wasn’t a good time for Brian. He was in debt, he lived in a 400 square foot studio apartment, and he rode around town on a $400 Craigslist scooter that broke down so often it could barely be considered a mode of transportation. And now, he didn’t even have a crap job. He had no job, as no one was hiring in his industry.
"RTC Rand Transcribe for Nov 18/17" by Spydr - 11.20.17
Here is the complete conversation transcribed of Jared Rand for Nov. 18. Spydr
Transcript of the Jared Rand RTC (Real Truth call) call from Nov. 18, 2017
Hello! Hi, how are you? I guess it's morning, noon, and night.
Been listening to everybody talk. A little bit about my background, my name is Jared Rand. In a good way attached to the company Sperry Rand, Rand McNally, RAND Corporation. I became involved in the transition in this country 36 years ago. And I was one of the people that was approached in college on a process that needed to be enacted to carry our country after over 150 years of tyranny into a true republic.