Rich Social Worker

The Blog for Social Workers Who Want to be Rich

Journey Into Entrepreneurship & Parlaying Your Skills: My Interview With Jet Setting Jasmine

Have you ever wanted to talk to someone who had started a successful business and find out how they did it?

Well, have I got a treat for you! Continue reading

Spiritual Entrepreneurship and Living From the Heart: My Interview With Priscilla Muñoz

When Priscilla and I met it was social work love at first sight.

Somehow in the midst of 100+ people at a Live Your Legend meetup in NYC the only two social workers in the room were able to sniff each other out. Needless to say the connection was immediate and we found out very quickly that we had a lot in common and were both on a journey to live our richest lives. Continue reading

12 Stupid Things Social Workers Say About Money (the eecard edition)

We’ve all said dumb things from time to time.

Sometimes we say them as a joke or to provoke an audience. Other times we may find ourselves repeating learned ideas that, upon consideration, make no sense at all. Continue reading

3 Essential Keys To Creating Your Future Success

This article is republished from Social Work Helper under the title Be Anything You Want To Be and Learn How To Define What You Want with permission from the author.

From the time we had our first memories, many of us can still remember what we wanted to be when we grew up. Continue reading

What Kanye West, Will Smith and Jim Carrey Taught Me About Achieving Goals (the B & W Edition + action steps for you)

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” ~ Albert Einstein

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Napoleon Hill reading Think and Grow Rich

A few years ago I picked up a copy of Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. This is a classic within the self-development and business arenas, and a must-read for anyone who wants to know how to deliberately create a rich life.

I had heard about it’s magical powers to transform mere mortals into money-making machines, and so I began to study it like a treasure map. Continue reading

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