18 of Trumps Favorite Phrases

Experts have said that President Donald J. Trump speaks at approximately a fourth grade level, but according to Trump himself, he “has the best words” and when you have the best of something, you may as well use them over and over again, right?

17 Things Only Entrepreneurs Understand

When you first start your own business, you’ll quickly realize just how much you don’t know. From founding a board of directors to sitting down with your accountant, all your research will quickly get thrown to the side as you start learning what strategies work best for you and your business.

15 Easiest Ways to Get Rich

Unless you live in a cave, you’ve figured out by now that everyday living expenses can really add up. If you think you’re safe because you’ve got your rent or mortgage all paid off, think again. Transit, insurance, and utilities can add up quickly, and that’s not even including money for going out and enjoying being alive.

The Richest People in 50 American Cities

Spoiler alert: I’m not on this list. But… could you imagine how interesting that would be? I mean, everyone would know who you were… and how much you’re worth… and probably where you live. Now that I think about it, I’d actually prefer being the 4th or 5th richest person in my city. I’m a simple man.

16 Weirdest Cults of All Time

Everyone needs to belong somewhere. Many people find acceptance and belonging within their immediate family, or within their chosen network of friends. However, there are some people who take this notion of belonging too far and form cults, where the idea of belonging hinges on a central belief that all the members share.

16 Easiest Ways to Get Rich

Everybody wants to get rich — but unfortunately, the only way you’ll get rich with practically no effort is by winning the lottery. For those who are willing to make a little more effort than that, however, there are lots of ways to get rich.

16 Lies Trump Told at the Second Presidential Debate

The town-hall style Second Presidential Debate that was held on Sunday, October 9th went pretty much as most Americans expected. Hillary Clinton was professional, proper and stuck mostly to her talking points, while Donald Trump roamed the stage aggressively, giving at most a one-sentence answer to the question before going off on his own tangent.