Showing posts from October, 2018

The Cause of the United States Military Might

As we all know, the United States invests a significant portion of everyone's income into its military. However, this isn't the sole reason why the US is a military powerhouse. To understand why the US is a military Powerhouse one has merely to look at its name,  “United States.” This means that it consists of several states that are united. This is where the US differs from most other countries. Many continents are filled with many countries. North America is primarily filled with four countries. (It also has Central America which consists of smaller countries.) However, Greenland, Canada, Mexico, and the United States are the major countries that make-up
North America. South America doesn't have too many countries either. However, the United States is unique. The states--which are about the size of many Eastern-Continents' countries--are united. So, the primary benefit that the United States has is unification and codification. If a country chooses to go to war with …

Time is Money

Many aspiring entrepreneurs haven’t quite grasped this concept yet because they’re new to the whole idea of controlling their time. So, they undervalue it and allow others to underestimate it. Being an entrepreneur has many advantages, but it also has disadvantages. An advantage is that you’re able to take care of many errands during the day. However, the downside is that you have to remember to save time for making money and looking for other ways to make money. Entrepreneurs have to be innovators to stay ahead of the curve. So, we must always think outside of the box. For people that’ve worked 9 to 5’s, and have observed the many shortcomings of their employers, this is your chance to apply the correct methods to achieve your goals.
Entrepreneurial Essentials
1)    No one can be an island unto himself/herself. So, one is going to have to form business connections. So, there’ll be some giving and some taking. Just make sure the relationship is mutually beneficial.
2)    Learn how to neg…

Opinions must be weighted, not counted

(I took a lot of liberties in fine-tuning this post because the original poster speaks English as a second language, so he had several grammatical issues. However, I kept the core post. -Derrick Mills)

(This week I want to begin with a few thoughts about opinions. I just put some ideas onto the table for discussion. The lack of systematization, therefore, is not a mistake but intended. -Oliver Maerk)

Our world is full of opinions. Opinions rule our lives much more than facts, even worse facts are very often neglected completely, twisted or put into shape so that they fit our worldview. In some cases, this can go so far that people lose the ability to distinguish between what is fact and what is mere opinion. This is not only true for naive people but particularly something which can be observed with intelligent contemporaries also. Even the so-called quality media and sciences are not exempted from this mental detriment. Orientation by opinion instead of by facts has become a real epide…


Everyone should pay close attention to what I’m about to say. This is considered a complexed maneuver in the financial industry—although it’s quite simple as long as you deal with experts. This is called a roll-over.
To start, many people, nowadays, will work for 4-5 different employers throughout their working career. Moreover, it’s a good idea to invest in a 401K. 401Ks are employer-provided tax-deferred retirement accounts in which the employer usually matches the employee’s paycheck contributions to a stated percentage each pay period.
Now, I’m currently doing a roll-over myself. When you leave a job and want to keep directly managing your 401K, and don’t want to leave it under the financial management of your former company’s financial institution, then you want to do a roll-over. Company-provided retirement plans can be seamlessly rolled-over into tax-deferred plans. 


My rollover with through without a hitch. -Derrick Mills, 07/22/2018

1) Roth IRAs are tax-advantaged plans. So…

Resume Reviews

What's up fellow macks!  
I've been getting a crazy amount of love for this post that teaches you how to skip the bullshit and get the DAMN job. (Shout out to everyone who hit me via private message asking questions.) This led to me dropping the full-length book on Amazon.
Being able to help other cats get on their feet has been an enormous blessing for me. The book covers everything that the original post did--just in greater detail. It has a clear, concise step-by-step plan of action you can follow. I wanted to do more and, LITERALLY, show cats how using those same techniques I've used and talk about in the book could work for them too. 
So, what did I do? I went to several forums and offered free reviews and modifications to people's resumes. Since United Players of America is the greatest of all-time, I wanted to make sure I made the same offer here. The only things I ask for in return are:

1.) That you let me and the forum know what happened when you use the resume—pa…