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August 2009 Blog Posts (110)

Are You Prepared for Super Inflation?

Here’s why it can be a good idea to prepare.

With all of the reckless government spending, many are becoming concerned about the potential devastating effects of inflation. Significant inflation is not only feasible, it is very likely. I wanted to take a few moments to update you on what is going on in the economy, how inflation can be dangerous, and provide several investment ideas that will help us fight inflation in the upcoming days.

Why is inflation…

Added by Jay Peroni on August 31, 2009 at 3:27pm — No Comments

If only I had read that ScholarshipMan Blog, My Life Would Have Been Better

Hello friends:

At http://scholarshipman.blogspot.com , I have posted some information in the last month you might find helpful.

Some topics I have covered:

Tuition Assistance for those Without a Paycheck

COBRA premiums--gov't pays 65% of premium

3 Scholarships from ScholarshipExperts.com worth $7,000

40+ page ebook, how to use Google and RSS… Continue

Added by Mike Turner on August 30, 2009 at 8:30am — 1 Comment


Many thanks to all for the very warm welcome to this site. When I have a couple of spare moments, I will find my DISC profile and post the analysis. I will also finish updating my 48 days.net profile so that there is more info for you all to review. I'm honestly not sure what I want here. I think I am just searching for a boot in the butt to get me motivated to find my calling.

Added by Tammi Harris on August 28, 2009 at 12:58pm — 1 Comment

It's Not What You Earn; It's What You Keep

Grandpa should have listened

How many times have you heard, “it’s not you earn, it’s what you keep”? I sure wished my grandfather had paid attention to this principle. However, if he had I may not be a financial advisor today. You see, I got into this industry because of my grandfather, who was quite possibly, the hardest working guy I ever knew.

Willis worked three jobs to put food on the table for his wife and seven children. He retired with nearly $500,000 and a… Continue

Added by Jay Peroni on August 28, 2009 at 10:42am — No Comments

Athlete's Foot

Can Someone get rid of Athlete's Foot Naturally?


Athlete's foot is a cracking, peeling, or flaking of the skin caused by a fungus. The area turns red and is usually itchy.

Athlete's foot usually occurs in adults but it can happen in children. It is a fungus that usually grows between your toes but it can spread to your toenails, sides of the feet, and even the soles of your feet. Athlete's foot usually responds pretty well to over-the-counter… Continue

Added by West Conner on August 28, 2009 at 10:24am — No Comments

Just sharing the love!

So, I put this ad on craigslist under “housing wanted” and tell about what a nice family we are….excellent credit, solid employment history…blah, blah,blah.

The fun thing about craigslist is one never knows what kind of nut cases one is going to attract. Of course, there are the usual responses from real estate vermin agents.

But before I tell you…first, a helpful hint. If you use craigslist at all, be SURE and use an anonymous email because there really are some… Continue

Added by Theresa on August 28, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Back to School Financial Frenzy

The dog days of summer slowly yield to the most wonderful time of year for parents: back-to-school time. That’s right, we’re standing on the threshold of the 2009 – 2010 academic year. Certainly your kids are eager to jump back into the learning world; field trips, science fairs, and late nights of algebra homework are just around the corner!

Are you ready to jump into the back-to-school shopping frenzy? Sure, part of the frenzy is dealing with back-to-school sales and the droves of… Continue

Added by Derek Sisterhen on August 27, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Faith-Based Wealth: A Blessing or a Curse?

Another health and wealth gimmick?

When many people read that I am the author of The Faith-Based Millionaire, they jump to conclusions. This must be another book luring Christians to get rich. Or, here’s another one of those health and wealth gospel books. Not too long ago, I had a pastor refuse to read it simply because of the title. He then wrote me a three page letter saying I was sending people straight to Hell. Wow! I guess if he took as much time to flip through the book… Continue

Added by Jay Peroni on August 27, 2009 at 11:47am — 2 Comments

We’ve Been Given a Head Start, Take Advantage and Start Your Own Business

There is no such thing as job security working for a company, Does everyone agree?

With the internet, We can go back to the cottage industry era. Everyone working from home. But, our pool of potential customers is not the town we live in. Now it’s the world. We have no geographical restrictions. With the internet we can create a niche business and find customers that are into that niche from all over the world. So, it is now possible to take even the smallest of niches and succeed.… Continue

Added by Rob Apodaca on August 27, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Are You Addicted to Twitter? You Have to See This...

I love David Crowder Band - one of my favorite bands. They have a new album coming out next month and to promote it put this hilarious video together, This is a good piece of viral… Continue

Added by Jay Peroni on August 26, 2009 at 6:42pm — No Comments

When Pastors Need a Pastor

One of the responsibilities of pastors serving congregations is to visit members who are hospitalized, home-bound, grieving the deaths of loved ones, or otherwise in need of pastoral care. What happens when the pastor is the one in need of care, though?

While parishioners can certainly visit and pray with their pastor, this role reversal can be awkward for both. Furthermore, the pastor’s role as leader of the congregation makes it inappropriate to share too much information about his… Continue

Added by Wendi Gordon on August 26, 2009 at 6:05pm — 2 Comments

Clay Dyer - The Most Inspirational Fisherman Ever

Clay Dyer from Hamilton, AL is a professional bass fishermen on the Forrest L Wood Trail (FLW). His story is an inspiration of the obstacles he has over come to get to this level. He is sponsored by many of the leading companies in the outdoors industry and a motivational speaker. I think everyone will get something out of this. Even if you are not a fishing fan.


Added by Jason May on August 26, 2009 at 2:23pm — No Comments

The Moral Side of Investing – Do Your Investments Reflect Your Values?

Pastor Robert’s Shocking Discovery

Over the years I have met many people who are shocked to realize where they are investing. A few months ago I met a guy we’ll call Robert. Robert was a minister in a growing church in New England. He had been a dedicated Christ-follower for nearly thirty years and a quite active investor. Before he met me, he had never put much thought into his investments or the values it reflected.

After an analysis of his portfolio and exactly… Continue

Added by Jay Peroni on August 26, 2009 at 12:17pm — No Comments

The ML answers your questions on H1N1

Every so often, I receive an email from a mom asking me about ADHD and her issues with a child. Lately though, it would seem that there is a perception out there that I know a little about health issues too. I shouldn’t be surprised because, after all, I am a Licensed Practical Nurse. (LPN)

This is opposed to what I was last year which was an Unlicensed Practical Nurse. (UPN) After passing the rigorous standards to regain my license (I mailed a check for two hundred bucks to the… Continue

Added by Theresa on August 26, 2009 at 8:31am — 12 Comments

Is Your Christian Walk Just Talk?

How many times do we talk the talk but don't walk the walk?

I saw this video today and it hit me... I can relate to too much in this video.

Before I got serious about my faith, I looked no different than the rest of the world.

My business looked no different...

My finances looked no different...

My habits looked no different...

My marriage looked no different...

Actions speak louder than words! Are we living any different than the rest…


Added by Jay Peroni on August 26, 2009 at 8:22am — 1 Comment


What the mind can conceive and believe, it can… Continue

Added by Debbie Forte on August 26, 2009 at 7:30am — No Comments



Faith: Is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen(Heb.11:1),

A desire to serve Whole-heartedly, and believing I'm called to serve. I will walk by faith and not by sight.

I'm stepping up as an inspiring Evangelist. I'm training under the anointing of the Holy Spirit, with the teaching and guidance of Min. Dr. LaDonna Blaylock, of Maple Hts., Ohio.

I will be attending the "Faith Summit" revival service in Cleveland,… Continue

Added by Ms. Felecia on August 25, 2009 at 7:01pm — No Comments

Does Do It Yourself Investing Really Make Sense?

Many investors choose to handle their own finances. Typical reasons why people choose to invest on their own include, but are not limited to:

• Lack of trust in financial professionals.

• Cost issues—don’t want or cannot afford to pay for advice.

• Expertise in the area of finance.

• They enjoy and have time to do the proper research.

Lift the Fog

Money can be a form of power, but the ultimate financial power is education. With the proper… Continue

Added by Jay Peroni on August 25, 2009 at 5:32pm — No Comments

Firm Foundations

One of the interesting thing about being in business, is that sometimes you end up going down an unintended path, which can render tremendous success. Over the last several months I have worked with several friends, family members and clients in designing and developing their websites. While my focus has really been on consulting within the hospitality industry, I am doing more and more web-based side work.

In response to this growing "side" business, I resurrected a concept my wife… Continue

Added by Eric Tompkins on August 25, 2009 at 1:20pm — No Comments

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