Doug Andrew was featured on the Huffington Post!

Tina Mulqueen, a contributor on the Huffington Post recently featured Doug Andrew in an article on the pitfalls of entitlement. Here is an excerpt and link to the full article. Shifting the entitlement mindset starts by looking in the mirror. The term “entitlement” has entered our discourse of late, usually in reference to the liberal…

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Live Abundant on Forbes

Doug Andrew and Live Abundant was featured on a great Forbes article from David K. Williams recently. Here is an excerpt and link to the full article. This week I spent time with Doug Andrew, of Live Abundant. Doug hosts radio shows through the U.S. and on iTunes and has served as a lead presenter on financial,…

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Live Abundant on Business Wire

Live Abundant was recently featured on Business wire, here is an excerpt and link to the full article. Live Abundant Founder Doug Andrew Talks “Entitlement Abolition” in New Season 5 Episode of C-Suite Best Seller TV SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–“I deserve it. I have a right to it. I’m going to get it.” An increasingly…

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My Wife and Daughter Survived

About a year after we were married, my wife Sharee was expecting our first child when she became deathly sick and had to be hospitalized. Doctors discovered she had a football-sized cholodocal cyst that couldn’t be completely removed without causing further complications. Throughout the pregnancy she battled pancreatitis and cholangitis and nearly died. Miraculously Sharee…

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How to Create Certainty for Your Future

Benjamin Franklin famously said, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” While there’s no way out of the first one, there is something each of us can do to alleviate the second one. I’m not saying we should avoid paying our fair share—taxes are important; they go toward…

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Take Me Out to the Ballgame … Of Life

Touching All the Bases Can Help Your Family Score Big America’s pastime, baseball, is a game that has captured our attention for over 100 years. There are the unforgettable moments—home runs, diving catches and the biggest crowd pleaser of them all—the grand slam. And as anyone knows who has eaten a ballpark dog and sipped…

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Why You SHOULDN’T Pay for Kids’ College

For anyone who’s ever filled out a college application (or helped their children complete the endless questions and essays), you know how arduous the process can be. And anyone who’s spent even a semester attending classes, running to T.A. sessions up, hunkering down in testing centers, you know how rigorous university life is. Education can…

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Protect Your Legacy from Taxes

Last month, the nation’s mind was on taxes. Millions of Americans were rushing to make the tax deadline, assessing how much they had already sent to the government (and hoping against hope they didn’t need to send more). Whether you’re getting a refund or writing a check, filing tax returns can be a chilling reminder…

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How Life Sketches Can Impact Your Family

There are things we learn from the day-to-day duties of life. And if we’re observant, if we take notice, we can turn these experiences into lessons to pass along to our families. My father’s life was filled with these kinds of experiences. And thankfully, he passed those values on—teaching my siblings and me the essentials…

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The Three Marvels

Understanding Simple Secrets of Wealth Accumulation Back in the late 19th century and early 20th century, circuses and carnivals traveled the country, each touting “marvels” that would draw crowds from miles around. Sometimes they were death-defying tricks that would leave the audience breathless. Other times they were magic acts that baffled the townsfolk. The reality of many marvels, however, is that…

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