February 2021

Resilience Is One of the Most Essential Entrepreneurial Traits. Practicing This Can Help You Build It. – Entrepreneur

February 26, 2021 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Resilience is the capacity to bounce back from difficult events, and if there’s one group who needs that ability, it’s entrepreneurs. Without resilience, every lost client feels like a catastrophe. Failure seems like a point of no return, despite being a normal, if unpleasant, outcome of starting a business.  Resilience, however, is not all or none. Some… Read More »Resilience Is One of the Most Essential Entrepreneurial Traits. Practicing This Can Help You Build It. – Entrepreneur

New to investing? 3 solid choices for your portfolio – Fox Business

Allianz chief economic adviser Mohamed El-Erian provides insight into the markets after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell downplayed inflation fears before the Senate Banking Committee. Jumping into the stock market now for the first time is a mixed bag. Though stock values have fallen over the past week, we’ve thus far avoided the big market crash so many people were talking about earlier this year. On the other hand, a… Read More »New to investing? 3 solid choices for your portfolio – Fox Business

Meet Christina Taylor: Entrepreneur Changing Youth Lives Through Dance – Forbes

Christina Taylor, Founder of Aim Sky High Courtesy of Dorothy Tamuno Today’s younger generation spend most of their time in the digital world on mobile phones and tablets. This, combined with reduced government funding has led to a significant decline in youth clubs and community centres. These clubs are pivotal for providing growth for young people beyond what they learn in the formal education system and can also provide a… Read More »Meet Christina Taylor: Entrepreneur Changing Youth Lives Through Dance – Forbes

Do You Live In The City With Best Money Management? – 94.5 PST

If you are from the Princeton area you are doing something right with your money. As for everyone else, myself included, eh not so much. Money management is not easy. You always want to buy yourself something when you probably shouldn’t. Later you start to realize that you shouldn’t have made that move. Well, it was stated on Wallet Hub that Princeton is actually one of the cities in the… Read More »Do You Live In The City With Best Money Management? – 94.5 PST

Are You Unknowingly Investing In Private Prisons? – Forbes

Black woman looking shocked, covering her face with hands, peeping through fingers getty While there’s a need to house people convicted of crimes, some U.S. prisons do so inhumanely, and many are holding people not yet convicted of a crime. Private prisons pose particular problems. They are part of what is known as the “prison industrial complex.” This is essentially a network of companies, legislators, government systems, and investors that… Read More »Are You Unknowingly Investing In Private Prisons? – Forbes

Transition From a Side Hustle to Full Time Freelance Work – Programming Insider

Side hustle or side gig is a term used for the type of employment one undertake as a part time activity which result in producing substantial income. Despite the typical 9-5 job, the great benefit of side hustle is that it paves the way to pursue your dream job at the cost of your own convenience. It is so appealing to say that with side hustle “You are your own… Read More »Transition From a Side Hustle to Full Time Freelance Work – Programming Insider

Mumpreneurialism: a gig economy side-hustle fantasy | LSE Business Review – USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

A day job that puts food on the table is now not enough. Women are being encouraged to pursue energising, passionate work after hours. Women’s increased insecurity, exhaustion, precarity, and anxiety are entirely absent from the equation. Shani Orgad writes that encouraging women to embrace the gig economy has its origins in the rise of Thatcherism and Reaganism, which promoted a shift away from traditional “jobs for life”. Women were cast as… Read More »Mumpreneurialism: a gig economy side-hustle fantasy | LSE Business Review – USAPP American Politics and Policy (blog)

3 Stocks to Hold for the Next 20 Years | Personal Finance | theindependent.com – Grand Island Independent

(Robin Hartill, CFP) Investors often focus too much on what they think will happen later this month or next year. Case in point: In 2020, the masses flocked to stay-at-home stocks that soared as the pandemic forced people to spend more time at home. But when you want to build wealth, you’ll be rewarded for thinking long term and buying into businesses that you think will be great regardless of… Read More »3 Stocks to Hold for the Next 20 Years | Personal Finance | theindependent.com – Grand Island Independent

7. magazine Money for nothing: A passive income primer – Business of Home

Interested in building passive income into your business? Here’s a guide to earning this way—and a reality check to help you decide which, if any, of these paths is right for you. (Hint: It’s not as passive as it sounds.) The first thing everyone tells you about passive income is that they hate the phrase “passive income.” Mainly the “passive” part—as it turns out, it takes a lot of work.… Read More »7. magazine Money for nothing: A passive income primer – Business of Home