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25 Coaching Blogs That Will Make You Want To Start Your Own

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Have you always wanted to start a blog for your coaching business, but you’re just not sure where to begin?

I get it. If you’ve never started a blog before, it can be intimidating.

However, it doesn’t have to be. Much of what I learned over the years in blogging is self-taught. It requires a time and monetary investment on your part.

I can certainly help you get started and get your blog up and running. That said, you’re also here to see what’s possible.

Check out these 25 blogs below and see what your own could potentially look like. While aesthetics are great, you also want to keep an eye out for how these blogs engage the reader and what kinds of calls-to-action (CTAs) they have.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments. Also, be sure to check out our FREE 5-Day Beginning Blogger’s Email Course. You’ll be ready to go with your own blog in no time.Read more

How To Stay Healthy While Recovering From An Injury

 how to stay healthy while recovering from an injury

Just injured? Today's contributed post covers how to stay healthy while recovering from an injury? You can bounce back strong!

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If you’ve been hit with a bad injury that you’ve got to recover from in your own time, it can be pretty frustrating. You want to do things that you always do, but your body simply won’t allow it. To make sure that you recover in the right way, you need to make sure you stay healthy as you recover from your injury. Of course, that’s much easier said than done, so read on to find out more about how to approach this.Read more

This Is Why All Life Coaches Must Have A Blog

This Is Why All Life Coaches Must Have A Blog

Are you a life coach? Do you blog?

No matter if you're a seasoned life coach or you're just starting out, you need to have an established online presence to showcase your expertise. If you're not communicating with potential clients in some way online, you are truly missing out on thousands of dollars of income per week, per month, and per year!

Before I continue on, I already know what some of you are thinking. But, Dave, I'm in Facebook groups, I tweet, I engage on LinkedIn, and I comment on websites. Isn't that enough?

I wish I could say yes. I'm sure you and others do well by only focusing on social media and other sites. But, it's not enough just to post a message here and there and call it lead generation. You need to be much more proactive

Quite frankly -- you need to be a content creator. And the easiest way to get started is with your own blog.

Let's explore the reasons why you as a life coach need a blog. Then, I'll share with you a way you can get started today.Read more

5 Big Things That Will Affect Your Family’s Finances

5 Big Things That Will Affect Your Family’s Finances

Do you want to prevent money troubles for the family? In this contributed post, learn 5 big things that will affect your family's finances. Enjoy!

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You work hard to make sure your family has everything it needs to be well looked after, have fun, and so on. One of the most important aspects of ensuring this long-term capacity to thrive is kept intact is ensuring that you have robust financial health.

While you should be taking steps to ensure this happens, it’s worth keeping in mind that no matter how much you’ve saved or how financially intelligent you’ve been, it’s always possible that your financial goals could be compromised. We take a look at some of the not-too-uncommon life matters that can influence your economic landscape. Read more

9 Everyday Tips You Can Use To Save Money Now

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We have a great contributed post today from Jason Morris over at National Debt Relief on everyday tips you can use to save money now. Enjoy!

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Unfortunately, life isn’t getting any cheaper – but that doesn’t mean we should be focusing on the doom and gloom of spending our pennies!  

There’s also never been more ways for us to save money on a daily basis, often from the comfort of our own homes – meaning that whether you’re working one job, two jobs or are unable to work at all, these are all great ways for you to start saving back those precious pounds for rainy days and more besides.  

What’s more, you can do all of these each and every day – even a little, as they say, can mean a lot!Read more

This Is How You Can Attain Financial Independence

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We have a great contributed post today on how you can attain financial independence from Mark Daniels from Mid-South Title Loans, a title loan agency in Memphis, Tennessee. Enjoy!

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A goal for everyone in life is to achieve financial independence. We all want to reach a point where we can comfortably afford to pay all of our expenses without relying on a full-time job.

One common way of achieving this is by saving and investing for years, resulting in a comfortable retirement. Another way is building a business that can earn generous income without the need for daily supervision.

The forms of wealth creation are numerous, making the pursuit of financial independence simpler than you might realize. Outlined below are some of the habits that can move you closer to the achieving the dream of financial independence.Read more

How To Teach Your Children About Money

How To Teach Your Children About Money

Ever wonder how to start teaching your kids about money? You're in luck. Today's contributed post is all about how to teach your children about money starting today. Enjoy!

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As parents, we always want the best for our children. We want them to be happy and healthy, and we want them to have everything that their hearts desire. But sometimes, the need to keep them happy can lead us to spoil them.

We may not even realize that we’re doing it at the time, but if you ever find yourself getting them things that they want to make them happy, or trying to give them a nice life, they’re effectively being spoiled. That’s not always a bad thing. But it can be if they don’t value money. If your children begin to expect things, then they don’t understand the value of money. And when it comes to raising well-rounded teenagers and young adults, it’s so important that they understand that.

So, how do you go about it? How do you make sure that your children understand the value of money? Well, you have to teach them. It’s just like anything else, you have to make sure that you’re preparing them for adulthood.

Children don’t just know how to grow up. You need to lead them. And you have to do this with money too. But it’s not always easy to know how you’re going to do this. And it can be tough. You sometimes have to be persistent and show tough love.

Some kids will just get it, but others might not (particularly if they are a little spoiled already). So let’s see how you can make this work.Read more

4 Simple Secrets You Should Know To Save $100 Fast

simple secrets you should know to save $100 fast

Want to grow your wealth? Well, you have to start small. The best time is today. Here are 4 simple secrets you should know to save $100 fast.

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An investment is a great way to build wealth. Put money in and take it later when it has grown. Sounds simple enough, and indeed it is because plenty of people do it on a regular basis. There is no need to have Warren Buffett’s experience or bankroll to be successful.

However, it’s hard to invest a small amount of cash. After all, the “speculate to accumulate” motto is true to a point. Still, it is possible to take $100 and turn it into a large sum.

All you have to do is understand which investments are perfect for smaller amounts. Here is a selection for your information.Read more

7 Expenses Every Homeowner Needs To Save Money For

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Do you own a home? I know. It can be expensive. We cover the expenses every homeowner needs to save for in today's contributed post.

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Homeowners have a lot of responsibilities to prepare for when they move into the freshly purchased house. If you arrive at these obstacles unprepared, you will end up having to borrow or struggling to make ends meet.

To help you avoid getting into financial trouble, the below list will give you a few things to look out for. As Murphy’s Law says: whatever can break will do at the worst possible time. Read more

This Is Where Millennials Should Invest Their Money

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Are you a millennial? Wondering how to get started saving and building wealth? Check out where millennials should invest their money in today's contributed post. Share this on Facebook and let us know where you're investing your money!

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Ah, millennials. They’ve got kind of a rough deal. Wages, in relative terms, are down from what they were decades ago. Job insecurity is the norm. And the idea that they’ll be able to have a life as good as their parents is becoming something of a joke.

So it’s not going to be easy for them!

However, that doesn’t mean they just have to accept defeat. They can still fashion a good life. One way they can do is to invest the money they have (however small the amount). Below, we take a look at ten places that are suitable for that sweet millennial money.
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