10 ways to save by spending
Spend more for a payoff
Hire some help
Dress for success
Table for two, please
Turning to the financial pros
Is your business card Rolodex-ready?
It's tool time
Saying 'I don't' to cash bars
Skip the nosebleeds
Networking to the top
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Our economy is driven by spending; this is why the “experts” want us to spend. If we are spending, we are not saving and building wealth. The only benefactors from this piece are the 1%. They will receive everything we spend while they hold on to what they have.
Why are we constantly seeking a black man and a blonde white woman?
Is Tiger writing these ads?
Business Cards? Really? With the advent of smart phones, the need for antiquated marketing techniques are a WASTE of money. The first place a business card goes is in someone's pocket, the next place it goes is in the garbage before the pants are washed or the purse is cleaned out. Someone please tell me how many people out of the thousands in a Corporate setting have a bulky rollodex sitting on their desk and not using some sort of electronic Calendar. This information is bogus and a waste of the money spent on writing it. How about some real information people, not this bogus, irrelevant propoganda.
I am so completely offended by the ignorance shoved in my face by this article, that I am changing my home page.
So here is some information that the article should have said:
Instead of buying 1,000 business cards for a price of around $80 -100 (color), you could buy a smart phone that links to your computer and have a more efficient, updated rollodex (technology) that comes with you whereever you are. Also, this cost can be associated with phone, notepads, and many other useful tools to organize and maximaze efficiency in your life with the highest return. This is the way business people and The Rich think. This is the kind of information that should be passed along!
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