Being an entrepreneur is never easy. From unexpected obstacles to knowing where, when and how to make a decision, can all make or break your business. Here you will find tips and advice to prepare yourself and your business, plus reduce the risk you take while increasing your success.

Want to Build Wealth? Spend Money Like These Millionaires

When I was a kid back in the 1980’s and 1990’s, I remember watching Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. That show is how I generated my first impression of how all millionaires live. Robin Leach, the host, employed his fancy British accent to lend an extra layer of gilding to every mansion, yacht, and luxury car featured in each episode. “Wow, so that’s how rich people live!” I thought.

The Best Finance Books for Investors and Entrepreneurs

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Here is my list of recommended finance books. Updated for 2015. I consider these books the cream of the crop; the best of the best. I have read every one of them. Read all of them, and you’ll have a good primer in personal finance, economics, investing and owning a business. I’ve included a quick review and summary of each book. Come back in the future for I will be adding new books. Readers if you would like to add your personal favorite, please add it to the comments below.

A Simple Plan of Action to Get Back on Track With Your Goals

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If you’re like most of us, you had big plans at the beginning of the year. You set financial goals, travel plans, retirement savings targets, and even made good on a few of them. But then your New Year’s resolutions vaporized sometime before February. How do you avoid a repeat performance of that this year? How do you get back on track with your financial and investment goals?

5-Minute Actions That Will Improve Your Financial Life Today

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We often think that getting our finances in order takes some sort of grand plan. In truth, you can actually go through a series of five-minute actions that will improve your financial life. The secret is to apply a few minutes to each aspect of your financial situation on a consistent basis, which will help develop discipline and keep things from getting out of control.