March 11, 2011, 6:00 am

Yakezie Challenge

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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This week at TFB we told you guys that you must spend to earn. Real life examples were given to show how one can invest money in their online business in hopes of receiving more money in return down the road. It’s always worth the effort to invest a little money in your business to see what can happen. You never know when a little extra cash can grow your business to the next level.

The Yakezie links:

1. Investing In Real Estate Investment Trusts @ Buy Like Buffet.

2. Which Winnie the Pooh Character Are You? @ PF By The Book.

3. Increasing Extra Mortgage Payments @ Couple Money.

4. 7 Cheap Products That Made Millions @ Not Made of Money.

5. Why so few succeed @ ERE.

6. More Homeowners Underwater With Mortgages @ Yes, I Am Cheap.

7. Top Reasons to Quit Your Job @ Frugal Zeitgeist.

8. 5 Common Tax Mistakes You Shouldn’t Be Making @ MJTM.

9. The Most Important Lesson I Learned from My First Love @ Invest It Wisely.

10. 5 Things To Share with Neighbors to Save Cash @ Little House in the Valley.

11. 7 Proven Credit Builders @ Wealth Pilgrim.

12. A Little Inspiration Means So Much @ Financial Samurai.

13. Pets Do Not Age Like Fine Wine @ Money Beagle.

14. How Bad Would It Have to Get For You to Strategic Default? @ Darwin’s Money.

15. Labeling Debt To Make It More Palatable @ Watson Inc.

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Congrats on finally being a full-fledged Member! I think we’ll do great things together. Those who are savvy enough to leverage the Network will see its power!


by: The Financial Blogger | March 11th, 2011 (11:46 am)

I’m very happy too 😉

looking forward to do more projects!

Thanks for the mention! Thank you for keeping with it – you are an asset

Thanks for the inclusion. I think that you and I have similar views on this whole blogging and business thing. I am such a serial entrepreneur that I love to see others doing the same.

Thanks a million for the link 🙂