What makes a successful entrepreneur? It's not just talent and money. Sometimes you have to give yourself permission to succeed.
A lot of people think starting a side hustle to pay off their debt is a good idea. But what does that look like in real life?
For most people, living in paradise and enjoying a balance between fulfilling work and family life is just a dream. But for Pete Steadman, who lives in a gorgeous oceanfront house in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, with his wife and sons, it’s a beautiful reality.
Money conversations at Thanksgiving don’t have to be taboo. MindShift.money guest contributor Chonce Maddox shares how to make the conversation less awkward.
The average person with credit card debt in the US owes $15,779. Why is that? No one wants to be in debt. But the world we live in is focused on "things," and you can’t buy things without money.
MindShift.money guest contributor Marissa Torrieri Bloom tries selling some extra clothes online to see if the extra income is worth the time and effort.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs has been around for decades. But how does it apply to career needs? MindShift.money partner and career counselor Anna Black has the answer!
When you’re building a business, your revenue this month may be massive . . . or not so much. So how can you save consistently when your income is always changing? Here are our best tips for working steadily toward Financial Freedom on a variable income.
MindShift.money guest contributor Marisa Torrieri Bloom puts two near-identical pairs of leggings through 20 workouts and washings to see if a high-end “label” equals a better-performing product.
Do you have a Health Savings Account? They’re one of the best-kept secrets for avoiding taxes, saving money and growing your cash. Here's how to tap into its awesome financial power.
Whether it’s from debt or another culprit, most employees in the U.S. face some level of Financial Stress. This stress affects worker productivity. Could workplace wellness offer a solution for Business Owners? In this article, we break down a recent report on the topic, by Financial Finesse.