About Us and This Site
We started this blog because we wanted to generate discussion about what we believe are three very important areas. These areas are often neglected by well meaning parents and overworked school systems when they attempt to equip children to live, work, and adapt to the outside world. The principles and ideas surrounding can be learned by anyone at any stage of life. What are they?
- Personal financial management.
- Achieving and maintaining a great relationship with your spouse and children.
- How to succeed in your occupation, whether as an employee or an entrepreneur.
We have a small amount of knowledge and experience in these three areas, but so much of wisdom is knowing what NOT to do. We can personally contribute to that body of knowledge to be sure.
We believe it is NEVER too late to learn and we hope to learn a great deal from the readers and subscribers to this blog. We also hope you can pick up an idea or two that will help you live a better, more productive, more fulfilling life. After all, the greatest Book ever written says “There is wisdom in a multitude of counselors.”
We’re all quite conservative on many financial issues, but surprisingly liberal in our views on other issues.
Please comment if you feel led. We welcome dissenting views, but keep things nice! We look forward to our sharing our collective wisdom and knowledge to help each other achieve our own success.
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- Policy subject to change at any time depending on our mood at the time.
- Links change all the time and if one goes to the wrong site, or is broken, let us know.
- If you use a fake email address and we figure it out, your comment will be deleted. We might also list your comment as spam with the big secret spam computer in San Francisco so it doesn’t trouble us or any other bloggers again.
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The customary disclaimer: What we share here with you is based on our own personal experiences and research, and is heavily riddled with a lot of subjective opinion. Read, learn, surf, lurk and form your own conclusions. If you find anything here that is yours which you’d rather we not borrow, — just let us know and we will take it down.
What we write about is our own opinion and before you act on anything you read here (or anywhere else for that matter), you should get advice from an experienced professional.
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- Readers should assume that any sites linking to companies providing products and/or services are affiliate marketing sites that pay commissions to us. Any products or services we review also pay a commission, a fee, or otherwise grant perks as payment.
- Readers should also assume that any book reviews we conduct on this site were the result of a free book given by the publisher. We don’t automatically write a positive review as a result, but the book was probably free (not all reviews resulted from a free book though — We DO buy our own sometimes!).
- And our employers have absolutely nothing to do with this blog.