Christmas shopping sucks, right? Not for me. Years ago, I cracked the Christmas shopping code: buy people books. They’re the ultimate present, they cost under $30, they don’t need a separate card (I simply scribble a Merry Christmas message on the inside cover), and my local bookstore will even gift...
I walk past a line-up of well-to-do, middle-aged women, decked out in puffy coats and Gucci handbags -- camping out on the sidewalk. They’ve been here all night in the freezing cold, lining up to secure the best seats. It’s worth it. By the time the sun rises, the line behind them will stretch literally as far as the eye can see.
Like a high school nerd trying to score a date to the dance, being rejected 150 times is God’s way of telling you that you need a new plan.
Today, I thought I’d share with you the true story of a Barefooter hero named ‘James’ (I changed his name because he’s too proud to be singled out), who five years ago was an average twentysomething with no special skills, qualifications or cash.
It's not just the bad guys that go bankrupt. The sad story is that most small businesses fall under. Here's my advice to a family man struggling with what to do next.
Having a wedding is a wonderfully special occasion that you only do once (or twice) in your life. So here are my three top tips for cutting costs.