It's Friday! That means Q&A. Today, we cover:
In life, you'll always find that it's cheaper to feed the meter than to pay the ticket. Be proactive.
Dr. Gary North has dedicated 10 hours per week for the last 40+ years to the task of investigating what the Bible has to say about economics.
In the process, he has written a verse-by-verse commentary of the entirety of the Old Testament and the New Testament (totaling 8,550 pages).
He is now in the process of publishing his capstone works titled: Christian Economics. He has published the Student's Edition and Teacher's Edition (free at link below) and is working on the Scholar's Edition and Activist's Edition.
Enjoy the interview,
I have a listener who wrote to me and asked me how they can increase their income when it's been decimated by a cancer diagnosis.
I do my best to help.
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Today, a few quick announcements and a discussion of how I went from confident and focused to frazzled and weak in about 3 hours...because I logged on to Facebook.
Two good articles on Facebook:
On today's show, I talk to you about your income goals. Specifically, I lay out some sample budgets given various incomes and discuss with you the specific amount of income I believe you should target.
Many people think that saving more money is going to mean they have to live like a pauper. But it doesn't have to be like that. There is another way...a way to save more money and live a fancier lifestyle at the same time!