When most people think about becoming millionaires, they fantasize that they'll have the next unicorn business idea or that they'll win the Powerball. You don't have to invent the next Facebook or find the Golden Ticket to attain seven-figure status, however. The average person views millionaires and billionaires as mysterious and with a little bit of envy.
There is no gainsaying the fact that in much of human society wealth when accumulated may evaporate if the holder does not anchor himself or herself properly in the good books of the political forces that runs such a political entity. The above is true of most nations in the developing World.
March 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Julia Carlson, author of Fit Money, was recently named one of the best wealth advisors in by Forbes. And she has a full calendar of events coming up to share her knowledge and help women everywhere create the financial freedom and abundant life they deserve.
The executive leader of Church Mission Society, Philip Mounstephen, ponders whether poverty in parts of the UK is worse than Uganda "Poverty in parts of the UK is worse than in Uganda." That was the proposed headline for a Church Mission Society press release, as we sought to attract attention and maybe some funding for our mission work in Britain.