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vendredi 24 avril 2020

A Great Trick To Spice Up Your Content

A Great Trick To Spice Up Your Content

Expert Author Sarah Schwab
Are your blog articles getting boring? Need to spice it up a little?
This is a common occurrence for a lot of entrepreneurs and business owners that start writing content consistently. After a while, they realize they are stuck in a rut. They are writing about similar things in the same way.
Yuck. That isn't going to engage your readers and build relationships with your prospects. It's more likely to bore them and potentially send them away.
So how do you inject a little something new into your content?
One trick I like to use with my clients is to write a metaphor.
If you think back to high school English class for just a second, a metaphor is when you compare two unlike things. It is sometimes done in a single sentence, or you can extend the metaphor into a paragraph, story, or even a whole article.
For example, I wrote an article about how marketing is like brewing beer. (Hint: it's all about funnels!) A client of mine wrote an about feeling like a cod fish swimming with a school of salmon throughout her career in the corporate world.
Recently, I listened to an amazing interview with author Liz Gilbert, and she talks in metaphors all the time! One of my favorites was when she compared a creative project to a drive in the car, with fear as your companion.

"Fear is going to be in the car, but it's going to be in the back seat and it's not going to drive. Or choose the snacks, or hold the map, or touch the radio."
How can you use metaphors in your content to increase the level of engagement and interest?
Find The Common Ground
One approach is to pick two things that you like and are familiar with - one from your business world and one from your personal life. Maybe you are a consultant who likes gardening. Or a plumber who likes baseball.
Look at those two things, and find something you can compare. It's a great way to get your mind working creatively, like fitting two puzzle pieces together.
It also gives you a chance to talk about something you enjoy, which is a way of sharing a little more about yourself. That is something people can relate to and connect with. It builds relationships, which is what content is all about!
Pick Your Journey
Another way to find a metaphor is to look at the journey your clients take and find a way to describe it creatively. Is it like a car ride with fear or a salmon swimming up stream, as in the examples above? Or maybe it is more like climbing a mountain, or a motorcycle chase, or a herd of emu migrating across a river in the Serengeti.
Can't you just see it now?
Using a metaphor creates vivid images that bring your story to new life inside the reader's mind.
How To Be A Hero - Why Do We Love Heroes So Much?

How To Be A Hero - Why Do We Love Heroes So Much?

Expert Author Sarah Schwab
Why do we love Heroes so much? Why do we watch movies and read books and listen to stories of people who overcome difficult situations? Who step into the battlefield and fight valiantly? Who face their fears and display courage, even when the odds are against them?
Why?
Because that's who we all aspire to be.
Joseph Campbell outlined a common story that is followed by heroes from ancient mythological stories through modern day movies. He called it "The Hero's Journey." He believed that, not only are humans drawn to this story, but that we all have the capacity to live it.
Have you heard of Joseph Campbell?
Allow me to introduce you.
Joseph Campbell was a 20th Century mythologist, teacher, and philosopher. He was an influential thought leader and author who wrote many books. As a college student, I had a part-time job working for the Joseph Campbell Foundation, where I was introduced to his ideas.
There is a movie, Finding Joe, that explores Campbell's ideas about the Hero's Journey. I highly recommend it! It features modern day philosophers, spiritual leaders and authors like Deepak Chopra and Ken Robinson as well as musicians, professional athletes, and even my old boss from the Foundation.
The Hero's Journey
In the movie, author Alen Cohen says "We're not separate from the characters we see in our stories and in our novels. They are us. It's one journey."
The hero's journey is defined by a few key elements. First, there is a separation and a call to adventure. The hero embarks on a journey to an unknown or unfamiliar place (physically or emotionally/spiritually). Along the way, he encounters challenges and temptations, and eventually he must face death (either physically or metaphorically). It is by overcoming that experience that they are reborn and transformed. Then they have earned the title of "Hero."
There are whole books written about this, so I am summarizing here. But the point is that the story line is the same, even though the details can be dramatically different.
The Creative And Entrepreneurial Call
There are many different "calls to adventure" that can jump start a hero's journey. And we can experience it repeatedly in a lifetime. In the movie, some of the instigators were physical challenges like a crazy skateboarding trick. Sometimes they are thrust upon you, like a serious medical condition or tragic experience. There can be geographical separation, like moving to a new location, country or culture. Or a different kind of separation, like losing a job or a relationship.
As a Content Creation Coach, I believe that both entrepreneurship and creativity are heroic calls to adventure. They involve taking a risk, entering the unknown.
"The forest represents the darkness, the unknown, the edge of your world. And it takes the courage of a hero to go into that forest. The people in your community don't understand why you want to go into that forest. In fact they're pulling you back, they're asking you 'Why can't you be happy with what you have here?' But there is this urge within the hero to go and explore."
That is how philosopher Brian Johnson describes it in the movie. Sound familiar? I think it sounds a lot like the entrepreneurial calling, or the creative calling. You have a drive within you that you can't ignore. That is what Joseph Campbell would call "Your Bliss."
One of his most famous quotes is "Follow your bliss." I used to mail t-shirts with that quote on it from the Foundation offices.
But following your bliss doesn't mean trying to be happy all the time. Following your bliss means doing the thing that you can't not do. That's where your own journey starts.
The Discouragement Of Heroes
"If this path of the hero's journey is fairly simple in design, why then is it that everybody isn't living it? The answer is that most people on the planet live under a kind of mass hypnosis." - Alen Cohen, Finding Joe
Everywhere we turn, we are seeing messages that actually discourage us from following the hero's journey. In our consumer society, we are led to believe that we should seek comfort, make money so we can enjoy the easy life.
But that's not who we are. In fact, that doesn't really exist. We are called to be more.
Deepak Chopra described it so beautifully in the film by saying, "It's very difficult for someone who's brought up in this environment of instant gratification, with the media, with advertising, with all the promises of instant gratification... You lose contact with this mythical domain that is actually part of your soul. It's part of everyone. It's their passion, their bliss, their unique skills, unique ways of expressing themselves, it's their song, which if they sing, they could do anything."
What is your bliss? What is the next step on your own journey? Have you seen the movie? What did you think? I'd love to hear from you in the comments.

jeudi 16 avril 2020

Codependency - Caring Too Much

Codependency - Caring Too Much

Expert Author Linda Hancock
Often people do not know how to handle their emotions. They may choose to avoid or numb them with alcohol, drugs, gambling or excessively doing any number of behaviours such as shopping or eating. They often become "dependent" upon these in order to cope with their emotions and get through the day. Family and friends who care about them may be affected in an unhealthy manner or even develop a sole purpose in life of trying to change the loved one. They can become "codependent" on the situation. In fact, the person who suffers from codependency usually does not feel valuable unless s/he helps that person to change.
Florence Littauer, a popular author claims "Strengths carried to extreme become weaknesses". It is wonderful to give to others and help them with their problems. If you feel that you are giving "too much", however, you may be suffering from codependency. When a person's thoughts, feelings and behaviours affect another person's thoughts, feelings and behaviours in an unhealthy manner outside help is usually needed. I frequently work with people who are so focused on the needs and problems of others that they do not recognize their own needs and are therefore unable to have them met. Their self-images may suffer greatly and they may find that they are losing touch with themselves and their values. Psychologists help individuals to know their limits, develop healthy boundaries, enhance relationships and meet their own needs. They often serve as a helpful mirror reflecting back to the client and assisting with beautifying the image. If you are wondering what is "wrong" with one or more of your relationships, you may wish to talk about this with someone who will be objective and caring. I think you'll be glad you did!
Do You Have an Addiction? Here's How to Tell

Do You Have an Addiction? Here's How to Tell

Expert Author Linda Hancock
Many times people think that they do not have an alcohol or drug problem because they imagine a person in a back alley drinking out of a brown paper bag as the stereotypical alcoholic. As long as they are working and appear to be very functional, they convince themselves that things are okay.
As a Substance Abuse Expert who does assessments on a regular basis, I ask "Do you have any problems that might be associated with alcohol?" and the answer is usually in the affirmative. The client explains that their partner is nagging them about how much they drink, or the boss sent him for an assessment because he smelled alcohol or the police laid an assault charge after a physical fight that was the other person's fault.
I then state that there is an alcohol problem. You see, most people who have an addiction do not see the substance as a problem. They view all the other people in their lives as the problem! They do not have any idea that they might be alcoholic even if they drink every day or have blackouts or have had charges for being over.08. You see they believe that these are "exceptions",
One of the symptoms of addiction is denial. Another is blame - blaming everyone else for causing trouble. It is interesting to know that intoxication is a legal term used to describe a blood alcohol content over .08. Impairment, however, is a term that more accurately describes the individual's lack of ability to perform well and usually lasts a long time after intoxication is reduced.
You might be surprised to learn that a binge is defined as three drinks for a male and two drinks for a woman. Yes, we imagine that binge is passed out or falling down drunk. Not true. Here is how I loosely define an addiction. When you use too much of something for the wrong reasons, you need to get some help.
Is your shopping becoming out of control? Do you gamble so that you are worried about finances? Are you using drugs every week? Are people worried about the amount you are drinking? When a person uses an activity or substance to deal with their feelings because they do not know how to get through the day without help, there is a definite problem.
Addictions Can Hurt Your Business

Addictions Can Hurt Your Business

Expert Author Linda Hancock
Every week I see clients who have been involved in some form of addiction and sadly listen as they tell me about the problems they have been experiencing because of it. There are so many parts of a life that are negatively impacted by addictions as follows:
1. Relationships - It is hard to be faithful to people when your first love is alcohol or drugs. Sometimes an addiction leads to communication problems due to lying and often escalate to the point of divorce or dissociation with the people who care the most
2. Finances - When you are putting money into gambling activities it doesn't take long until the bills aren't being paid and the savings is drained. Those who are buying substances also see their finances disappear quickly.
3. Health - If a person isn't doing self-care and making sure that needs are met, illness or accidents can steal good physical health. And, over time, the stress of addictions can also take away good mental health.
Think about how important it is to have good relationships, finances and health in order to be able to focus on starting and building a business. You cannot have a healthy business if you aren't healthy! Every business person must be able to invest time, energy and attention into daily operations. You see, there is no such thing as maintenance. Either things are improving or they are deteriorating. You cannot neglect your business and, at the same time, expect to see is prosper.
Let's use gardening as an example. What would happen if you planted seeds but then never watered, weeded or protected it. You likely wouldn't have much of a harvest, would you? Well, it is the same thing with running a business. If you do not water, weed and protect it, you will not have a good harvest!
Sometimes we just have to get honest with ourselves and do a full evaluation of our actions and the consequences. If you are finding that people in your life complain that you are making poor choices and you notice that either your money or your health is suffering, it is time to seriously look at the situation. Decide to do something about it before you find yourself alone, penniless and sick. Oh, and by the time that you reach that point, remember, you likely won't have a business either!

samedi 14 mars 2020

I Will Teach You To Be Rich - Book Review

I Will Teach You To Be Rich - Book Review

Expert Author Dr Carmen Lynne
By: Ramit Sethi (2010)
ISBN 978-0-7611-4748-0
Book Price: $15.95
Taught about being rich
In this book, you can find out how to start with any amount of money and become wealthy.
Be Rich
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.
Ramit Sethi is the founder and writer of iwillteachyoutoberich.com, which hosts over 250,000 readers every month. He is a recent graduate of Stanford University and a co-founder of PBwiki, an online collaboration company. He is a New York Times Bestselling author featured on ABC News, CNN, and Wall Street Journal, etc.
Learning to be rich
Ramit Sethi presents 9 chapters to help readers to learn to be rich. He shares on optimizing credit cards (Ch. 1), beating the banks (Ch. 2), investing (Ch. 3), conscious spending (Ch. 4), saving while you sleep (Ch. 5), the myth of financial expertise (Ch. 6), picking a portfolio that will make you rich (Ch. 7), optimizing finances (Ch. 8), and more.
Enjoy learning how money works
Ramit Sethi has a fresh style aimed at resourcing readers to enjoy the process of becoming rich. He says, "Spend extravagantly on the things you love, and cut costs mercilessly on the things you don't. This book isn't about telling you to stop buying lattes. Instead, it's about being able to actually spend more on the things you love... "
Ramit employs points to deliver concise keys. Discussing credit cards and winning over debt, he shares, "The Six Commandments of Credit Cards... 1. Pay off your credit card regularly... 2. Get all fees waived on your card... 3. Negotiate a lower APR (annual percentage rate)... 4. Keep your cards for a long time and keep them active... "
The teaching that Ramit presents is punctuated with helpful hints as, "Online savings accounts let you earn dramatically more interest with lower hassle." These hints add value to readers and keep interest high!
Potent headings as, "Investing is the single most effective way to get rich" will inspire interest and engage readers.
Sethi works hard to correct false concepts, as in frugal V's cheap. He suggests, "... we confused frugality with cheapness... Frugality isn't about cutting your spending on everything... It's about making your own decisions..."
The attraction of Ramit Sethi's teaching is his intermittent focus on benefits. He relays, "Unlike other people, who worry about money (because they never learned how it works), you get to focus on the things you love."
Get rich results
Ramit Sethi skillfully instructs readers to get rich results while maintaining an engaging presentation of ideas.

samedi 29 février 2020

Chilli con carne

Chilli con carne

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency
 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

 Serve with rice Ingredients › 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped › 1 clove of garlic, crushed › 1 medium-sized carrot › 1 medium-sized pepper › 5 button mushrooms › 450 g of minced beef › 1 dstsp of plain flour › 1 tsp of chilli powder › 1 low-salt beef stock cube dissolved in 150 ml of boiling water › 2 dstsp of tomato sauce › ½ x 400 g tin of chopped tomatoes › 100 g of frozen peas, defrosted › ½ x 240 g tin of kidney beans Method 1. Peel and chop the onion, garlic, carrot, pepper and mushrooms. 2. Put minced beef in dry frying pan. There is sufficient fat in mince for frying. 3. Cook for 20–25 minutes over a low heat until well browned, stirring all the time. 4. Add onions and garlic to the pan and cook for 2–3 minutes. Sprinkle on the flour and chilli powder and cook for 1–2 minutes, stirring all the time. 5. Add beef stock, tomato sauce, tinned tomatoes and vegetables. Bring to the boil. 6. Add kidney beans to mince. 7. Simmer for 20 minutes or until the sauce is at the desired consistency

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