“Never In Your Wildest Dreams” – by Natalie Ledwell

Do you enjoy a good book? Like a spellbinding story that really sucks
you into its story? If you do, then this free [bestselling book]by Natalie
Ledwell is for you!

Natalie is the co-founder of the successful personal growth company
Mind Movies, and in her book “Never In Your Wildest Dreams” you’ll
find an extraordinary story filled with her best-kept prosperity secrets
that, if you’re anything like me, will keep your eyes glued to the page.

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A Problem called ‘Credit Card Debt’

Credit cards are no more a luxury, they are almost a necessity. So, you would imagine a lot of people going on credit cards. In fact, a lot of people possess more than one credit cards. So, the credit card industry is growing by leaps and bounds. However, the credit card industry and credit card holders are posed with a big problem called ‘Credit Card Debt’. In order to understand what ‘credit card debt’ actually means, we need to understand the workflow associated with the use of credit cards as such.

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Is a Business Credit Card Helpful?

‘Yes’ –is the answer that’s coming out almost immediately. That is true at least for most businesses (especially small businesses). Before we delve deeper into how business credit cards are helpful, let’s try and understand what a business credit card is.

Put simply, a business credit card is a credit card that is owned by a business and not an individual. To understand this better, you can simply draw an analogy between the business credit cards and business bank accounts, which are in the name of the business as well. Other than that, business credit cards work in pretty much the same fashion as the personal credit cards; with a few exceptions. These exceptions are in the form of flexibility in credit limit, low APRs and some other additional benefits that are available to business credit cards only.

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Wealth Quoted: 8 Business Lessons from Paul van Zuydam

Paul van Zuydam Photo Credit: Aving.NewsNetwork

You might have seen the recent tweets about the correspondence between a customer and the PR of Le Creuset, and it might have been unnerving … and they might not be everybody’s cup of tea at the moment.

However, I found this note I made a few years back of an article I read in a magazine … to be honest, I cannot recall the magazine’s name, but it was one of those in a waiting area of a doctor/specialist’s rooms. I know this fact because it is the only time I will read a magazine from cover to cover … when I take my mother her eye specialist appointments.

The article was an interview with Paul van Zuydam and what stood out for me … hence the notes, were this:

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