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Wealth Virtues Journal: January 19, 2012

Ten Free Things to do now to Gain Control of your Finances and Save Money


Filed under: Creating Income,Wealth Resources — Tags: , , , , — James Ward @ 3:56 pm
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It costs little to nothing to find out more about your finances, how to control them, and create wealth.


Wealth Virtues Journal: October 6, 2011

Do You Have a Job, or Would You Rather be Like Jobs?


Filed under: Creating Income — Tags: , , , — James Ward @ 9:31 pm
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You may be thinking of spending dollars on something like a lottery with a one-in-a-bazillion chance of winning, or you can increase your personal income using your own ingenuity, passion, and some get-started ideas here.


Wealth Virtues Journal: December 21, 2010

Write Your Way into a Larger Paycheck


Filed under: Creating Income — Tags: , , — James Ward @ 5:38 pm
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If you are not sure what your manager is going to write about you, try writing it for your eveluation yourself!


Wealth Virtues Journal: August 17, 2010

Money from Mayhem (or Dollars from Dullards)


Filed under: Creating Income — Tags: , , , — James Ward @ 5:05 pm
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If LA Car chases are news for national consumption, then television broadcasters need to do a better job of using it to generate ad revenue.


Wealth Virtues Journal: May 27, 2010

Getting Paid for Free Services


Filed under: Creating Income — Tags: , , , , — James Ward @ 7:44 pm
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I have always been amazed at the means by which individuals and businesses are able to provide either deep cuts to the sale price of a product, or provide a “free” service to a customer that still makes them money. We often use the terms “mark-up”, “hidden costs”, or the more mercurial, “smoke and mirrors” to describe this.


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