What would happen to you if you were out of work for five weeks like me?Written by Chris Robinson
Three years ago someone loaned me a book from a series called Rich Dad Poor Dad. I have to admit my eyes were opened. I was in graduate school and I thought that an academic education was key to financial success. I was wrong. Today, I have three college degrees and I still struggle to make ends meet. In 2002, I was hopelessly stuck in what Rich Dad calls "the rat race" and I didn't even know it. I now realize that good grades and hard work DO NOT guarantee finanical success. In fact, in 2002 I began to understand that I was financially illiterate! I am still in rat race today and have over twenty thousand dollars in student loan debt. But thanks to Rich Dad, I have started a different education that includes paper investing, real estate, and business building.
I knew that it wouldn't be easy - learning about starting a real business, real estate, stock market, and increasing my financial IQ. I began my financial journey in 2002 - learning a ton along way but having little to show for it financially. I was still a student and worked part-time so I didn't have alot of "financial study time." I also didn't have much money. Most books I've read in-store because I didn't have enough money to buy them! Then it happened...
One Monday night in 2004, my skin began to tingle from my chest to my toes. Like a typical man, I thought it would go away. It just got worse...when I went to doctor a few days later they admitted me same day. It was a spinal tumor! It looked bad, at one point I was told that there was a 99% chance of cancer. Emergency surgery was only option. Thankfully, tumor was benign and surgery was a success! However, I was out of work for five weeks!
I didn't go to work so I didn't get paid! What would happen to you if you were out of work for five weeks?
What is Ecurrency Exchanging?Written by Tim Dilley
Electronic currencies such as netpay, paypal, egold, etc. can be exchanged between one another just like dollar, yen, euro, etc. can be exchanged between one another. An age-old problem with any kind of exchange (how can you assure that you get your goods after you've handed over money?) has now been solved. Currently, there is a demand for merchants that can exchange or support exchanging of ecurrency. A fee is charged for exchange and that fee could be yours to pocket! This is not a