This week Jeff Rose, who is a 9 year Army National Guard and Iraq war veteran and a Certified Financial Planner, just released his new book, Soldier of Finance. I had a chance to ask him a few questions.
The entire premise of The Inner View of Your Interview is that job seekers should tailor their responses to an interviewer’s needs. Everything surrounding your next job interview, from your resume to your cover letter to your interview preparation should be tailored for each and every position and organization. Never lie, never exaggerate your answers, […]
A week or so ago I wrote a review of the book Money. Purpose. Joy. by Matt Bell . I enjoyed the book thoroughly, and after discovering the author was on twitter I decided to see if he was available to do an interview and possibly a guest post on this blog. Mr. Bell was […]
When you read blogs, you can always tell when the person writing the blog is passionate about the subject matter that they’ve chosen. Their writing sucks you in, and keeps you coming back. You know those blogs will most likely take it to the next level. A blog that I’ve been mightily impressed with lately […]
Today I’m trying out something kinda new. It’s called “Subscriber Swap Saturday” (although this is posted on a Monday – call it Holiday procrastination). What is it? Today I’ll be interviewing another up and coming personal finance blogger, asking them some questions about their financial philosophies, and then asking you to give them a try. […]
The following is an interview that I conducted over email with Cameron C. Taylor, author of the book called “Does Your Bag Have Holes?. I reviewed the book last week, and after emailing with the author he agreed to answer a few questions about the book. If you haven’t read the review of the book, […]