We are living in perilous times right now! The world is literally changing right before our eyes and working people worldwide are feeling helpless; as fear, doubt, insecurity and anxiety continue to rise. I am hearing from friends who have lost their jobs, careers! One has received a 25% pay cut; while other friends are... Continue Reading →
Hello World and Welcome to Mind Over Money Mondays! Do you know who are the most financially vulnerable people on planet ? It’s not the elderly, the young. It’s not men, women. It’s the un-marrieds! It’s the SINGLES! And we’re paid less too. Singles, tell me if you’ve experienced some of the following things. Have you... Continue Reading →
Hello world, welcome to Mind Over Money Mondays. Money, Money Money, Monday! Welcome to Money Mondays! I am Timolin Langin! Thank you all for joining me! We are happy that working people worldwide are reading and reaching out to us about speaking engagements & sending questions. Thank you. Keep them coming & thank you for watching! Today’s... Continue Reading →
Hello world & welcome to mind over money mondays with yours truly! i am timolin langin and so happy that we are here together today in the digital building! I hope you’ve had a great weekend! today, I am going to talk to you about the one thing you can do to thrive and not... Continue Reading →
In an effort to help, I am going to share an alternative way of looking at some interesting, perhaps, even unsound financial advice being disseminated from well-established people in the world of business, government and personal finance.
Here are 6 practices I am using to maintain my home primarily on a teacher’s salary in light of COVID-19 and I believe they will help working people like us worldwide.
Difficult times, often force us to evaluate what financial success is and looks like --particularly when they are not of our making i.e. catastrophes, occurrences beyond our control, COVID-19. The amount of income needed for financial peace varies per family, per person and per lifestyle. However, for working people at all financial levels, challenging times like these encourage us to assess and reassess what is important.