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San Antonio is 1st, Houston 5th for credit card debt

Texas, we have to do better!  According to HBJ, San Antonio ranked first in the nation for credit card debt burden. Houston came in fifth. That’s not good. Check out the complete story, linked below.

Source: Houston fifth-highest credit card debt burden in U.S, San Antonio No. 1 – Houston Business Journal

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HBJ editor leaving

News in local news (yes, I’m trying to be witty): “HBJ editor named publisher of Albuquerque Business First.” This means that Houston Business Journal Editor-In-Chief Candace Beeke is moving to Albuquerque as the new publisher of the Albuquerque Business First publication.

HBJ Publisher John Beddow will begin the search for a new editor in chief immediately. During the interim, readers should direct news questions to Managing Editor Giselle Greenwood, ggreenwood@bizjournals.com.

Important info to note.

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Houston Business Journal opens nominations for 2015 40 Under 40 List

Nominations are almost over for the Houston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list!

The Houston Business Journal will accept nominations for its prestigious 40 Under 40 Awards through July 31.

 

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Candidates will be judged on their professional accomplishments, philanthropic efforts, leadership and other exemplary qualities.

Click here to submit a nomination.

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Source: Houston Business Journal opens nominations for 2015 40 Under 40 List – Houston Business Journal Image source: skeeze / Pixabay

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Create Your Legally Binding Will with “Willing”

Need a will? Try “Willing,” says Lifehacker:

It’s not the most exciting thing to do, but creating a will is important. Even if you’re single and don’t have much to your name, a will makes it easy for your family to handle things in case of the worst. “Willing” won’t make writing a will fun, but it does take some of the hassle out of it.

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Source: “Willing” Automatically Generates Your Legally Binding Will

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Small Business Awards You Should Enter

Get recognized! There are award competitions you can enter for your small business. Vertical Response pulled together a list of 10 you should consider. A few of the deadlines have already passed. The following are still options for this year:

Which would you add?

 

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Crowdfunding Websites for Non-Profits

Looking for resources to help you crowdfund for your non-profit? Vertical Response has pulled together a list to get you started:

  1. Rally
  2. HopeMob
  3. Start Some Good
  4. Crowdrise 
  5. Causes
  6. Indiegogo
  7. FirstGiving
  8. RocketHub
  9. CauseVox
  10. Razoo

Did they miss any?

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Things You Should Stop Doing To Save More

I need to save more money. I think most of us have that thought on occasion. Lifehack has some suggestions on things you can stop doing to increase your savings account. Some of the things that resonated with me:

  • Stop buying lunch for work. If you pack lunch two days a week, saving $6 each time, you could save $624 a year. It probably would be more, but that’s a good place to start.
  • Stop buying coffee daily. Do I really need to do the math for you on this?

What hacks do you make in your daily routine to save money?

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Tips to Creating a Slogan

Creating a slogan or a tagline is something I have had to do a few times in my career. This article is a good resource to read and bookmark if you’ll ever have to create one for yourself, “7 Tips to Creating a Memorable Slogan.”

Follow these suggestions to create a slogan your customers will remember

The short version:

  • Keep it short and simple.
  • Focus on what makes you different.
  • Make it timeless.
  • Ensure it can stand-alone.
  • Consider your target market.
  • Get input.

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Source: 7 Tips to Creating a Memorable Slogan | VerticalResponse Blog

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Money mistakes to avoid in your 20s

Don’t contribute to you retirement? Don’t have an emergency fund? These are common money mistakes we all make … in our 20s, 30s, and beyond. This article discusses other money mistakes we make in our 20s that can impact the rest of our lives.

The financial decisions you make in your 20s can have long-lasting repercussions. Knowing which decisions make the worst financial mistakes could be very helpful.

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Source: 10 money mistakes to avoid in your 20s

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Article spotlight: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself Every Morning To Advance Your Career

Is it time to quit your job? This article covers a few reasons why the answer might be “yes.”

For many of us, the morning is a time for reflection. It’s a time to meditate on what’s been going on over the past few days, what you’re going to do throughout the workday, and where you’re going in the future. It’s easy to go through the motions of the […]

Source: 5 Questions To Ask Yourself Every Morning To Advance Your Career – Forbes

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