About Debbie

Debbie is an author, blogger, online teacher, business owner, and mid-lifer. She's writes on a wide range of topics, from marketing, money and success, to finding meaning at midlife. If it's on her mind, you'll find her writing about it!

2 comments on “Winning the Lottery

  1. Great article, Deb!

    This generation seems to have an odd relationship with money. I’ve encountered so many who almost seem to think that it’s a bad thing to actually make money. I remember speaking to a someone who worked new business and saying how I think they got a wonderful thing going and how it could fund an extension of the business that the owner had a passion for. The person replied: “well he doesn’t want people to think he’s in it to make money.” What!? When did that become a bad thing?

    I really hate to see what the “retirees” of this generation are going to end up like! :)

    All the best,
    Brian

  2. Riches are relative. I measure my riches by being thankful for having a healthy family. No one is in the slammer or on drugs.To me when you have a house with a roof that does not leak,clothes on your back that are not holey and the ability to feed your family and the possession of at least one dependable car your needs are pretty much met. However if you are not a good manager of the blessings that you are given everyday you are not going to somehow acquire this ability to manage great financial wealth. To me if a person is making $75 to a $100,000.00 a year you are “in the zone”. To a professional basketball player that amount would be considered “chump change”As long as a person has common sense about what they are manageing now they should be able to hire a “investment team” to help them Use any type of sudden wealth that they receive.

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