Posts Tagged ‘money’

Amazon Patents Bad Gift Conversion System – Think Gift Insurance

Posted on November 10th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Every year you dread getting a gift from that one person, most likely a stuffy old aunt or uncle, that gives the worst gifts ever. If it’s not a plaid sweater with a large unicorn embroidered on the front, it’s a “make your own soap from chicken fat and other household by-products” kit. Why these […]

My Brothers Second Financial Meltdown

Posted on November 9th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Yesterday we discussed some problems my older brother had back in May. While I didn’t give him the requested cash, I spent time with him to address the emergency and we were able to set up a plan for him to get back on track. Six months later, he is back again asking for more […]

An Example Of Out Of The Box Thinking To Expand Business Growth

Posted on October 20th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

I heard something interesting on the radio the other morning; a casino in the UK is completely remodeling their casino floor to include a non-smoking area and it’s costing them something to the tune of $90,000. That’s a pretty hefty but if you consider that not having a non-smoking area excludes a large amount of […]

How Do You Rank Yourself? Introducing the player in PF Blog Ranking

Posted on October 19th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

There is something to be said about ranking yourself when it comes to finance, in fact in just about every situation in life, we humans like to classify and rank ourselves; it’s only natural 🙂 Most people rank themselves based on income but that’s usually pretty gray as many people just guess at others income […]

Are You Familiar With Tipping Etiquette?

Posted on October 13th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

After our adventure over the weekend at the restaurant with horrible food and worse service, I realized that I didn’t tip the waiter. Tipping is something I already hate doing, not because I feel like people don’t deserve a tip for great service, but because some expect a tip for mediocre service. I hate that […]

Solution Auctions Review: Your Expertise Is Worth Something

Posted on October 11th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

You all know of my love affair with Google. I’ve been a Google user for years and years, and would never say anything to harm our relationship 🙂 but guess what, some things simply cannot be found on Google! *gasp* I’m sorry, it’s true…some things, even after searching for hours and hours, scouring forums and […]

With New Power Comes New Responsibility: How Do You Use That Power?

Posted on October 6th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

As soon as we brought our new van home, I realized we now had new responsibilities to go along with it. I’m not just talking about maintenance and care of the new vehicle, but now we have the ability and in many ways the obligation to be public servants to our friends and family that […]

 
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