Daily Inspiration: Free Your Burdens With Financial Literacy

Money is the number one cause of stress. It’s said that most American’s don’t even have one thousand dollars saved for emergencies. People are living paycheck to paycheck and are stuck in a never ending cycle. We are financially illiterate as a society. Public school education does stress the basics of finance. Saving, investing and growing wealth is literally a foreign language to someone who … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Free Your Burdens With Financial Literacy

Daily Inspiration: Want it More

In today’s video, Sydney Rhame, a singer-songwriter and a former contestant from the voice shares her insight on reaching your goals with Javier Mercedes on the podcast, Passion in Progress. In the competition of life, we’re always fighting to get further than the person next to us. Living out our dreams often comes with roadblocks and trials. Pushing yourself past those obstacles determines how successful … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Want it More

Daily Inspiration: Labor Day

Labor Day is an American holiday created to celebrate the hard workers that keep this county moving. The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5, 1882 in New York City. It was first proposed by The Central Labors Union and eventually became a nationwide holiday. In today’s video, Carhartt, a retail company and Von Miller, NFL player for the Denver Broncos, gives tribute to … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Labor Day

Unsuspecting Danger at Boarding Schools

Boarding schools have long been revered as a optimal choice for children to receive the best education. Aside from behavioral boarding schools, these schools provide quality and maintain rigorous education standards. Students stay at these schools for extended periods of time and it does come at a hefty price tag. According to College Bound Network , the average boarding school in the United States is roughly … Continue reading Unsuspecting Danger at Boarding Schools

The Future of Jobs is Nothing New

Retailers and restaurants across the country are jumping on the bandwagon—the automation bandwagon. Chances are, you may have noticed an influx of self check-outs that are easily outfitted to complete your transaction. It seems to be the permanent direction of the future and it is nothing new. Automation launched the textile and other industries into mass production during the Industrial Revolution. Some of the most … Continue reading The Future of Jobs is Nothing New

Internalizing Ads Obliterates Self Esteem

Advertisements are everywhere—on tv, in movies and in print. Companies have found new ways to market their products using technology. Mostly to their benefit and not the consumers. Photoshop showed society that too much of a good thing definitely exists. Perfection gleamed across pages and screens so much so, that magazines had to admit that their models were heavily airbrushed. Although, some of these ads … Continue reading Internalizing Ads Obliterates Self Esteem

Daily Inspiration: Use Your Weaknesses to Propel You Forward

Gary Vaynerchuk also known as “Gary Vee” is an entrepreneur who shares the story of his path to success widely. His presence on social media platforms is full of motivational and ‘tell it like it is’ advice. In this video he describes how being self aware can get you to the next level. The greatest asset that you have in life is, yourself. Recognizing your … Continue reading Daily Inspiration: Use Your Weaknesses to Propel You Forward