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6 things you should NOT ask me

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I like to consider myself a generous guy and am always delighted to help others however I can. But there are 6 major fouls in my book that happen more often than I’d like, such as: Asking for money. I will “loan” money only to friends, which means I don’t… Read more »

Starting from how much money you want to make is one of the most idiotic things I’ve ever heard

I won’t name him, but a well-known marketer said that the way you should evaluate what business to go into should be based on an exercise that goes like this: If you want to make $150,000 per year, then find something you can sell for $1,000 every other day. 150… Read more »

Why most people make only $12.48 an hour: Do you want ROI with that?

Restaurant pay is up 3% the year, according to the Labor Department, outpacing the 2% growth in wages in the private sector over the last 5 year. Food service workers made an average of $12.48 per hour in 2014, including tips. Does that seem like a lot or a little to… Read more »