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Bob Crawford

I'm a self development trainer, life coach, and success motivator! You can find me all over the web, but for the best training available you should check out www.bobcrawfordonline.com

Signs From the Universe

 Posted by on October 28, 2020  No Responses »
Oct 282020
 

SignsIs the universe sending you signs and signals?  If it is, are you aware of them?  Are you taking advantage of them? Or are you troubled and confused by the apparent contradictory signs that you receive from the universe?

If so, you aren’t alone! In fact, you are experiencing the same challenges that many of us face when it comes to receiving and acting on guidance from sources outside of ourselves.

I believe that there are two main areas where you can get hung up when it comes to interpreting signs and guidance from the universe,.

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Aug 102020
 
Donna Marie & Bob CrawfordOne of the toughest parts about accessing your natural connection with the divine, in my opinion, is this issue of waiting for some sort of permission, permission to actually do these amazing things that somehow seem outside the bounds of what we believe to be our reality.
Intuition, precognitive dreams, and everything else that falls under the heading of being ‘woo woo’, often seem like superpowers that only a special few can have access to.

I think the reason we feel that we need to be given this gift or given permission to use these other forms of perception come from our belief systems. We simply don’t believe that we can connect with other people or come to gain information in a way outside our normal five senses.

And that’s what stops a lot of people from experiencing so much of what is really going on around them. And I’m not just talking about things outside of their five senses. I’m talking about everyday life. we don’t believe there’s a solution to our problem so we walk by a half dozen solutions. We don’t believe that we’re strong enough, so we act weak. We don’t believe that we’re smart enough, so we act accordingly. We don’t believe that we could connect with energies of other people, therefore we don’t.

Beliefs are truly at the root of your ability to experience or not experience anything in this world.

You believe that a thing is either possible or impossible. And that belief colors everything you do and creates limits around what you can achieve.

And this isn’t to be confused with your desire. Because you can desire a thing from the depths of your heart, and still believe that you can’t achieve it. It’s never enough to simply want change, it’s about believing that you can change. And the only way to do that is to actually change so that you see the change and know that you have gone through it. It’s kind of like fear, the only way to conquer fear is actually do the thing you’re afraid of.

You have to give yourself permission to succeed, to move from where you are to where you want to be!
Peace,
Bob

Allow Spirit to Guide You

 Posted by on February 22, 2014  No Responses »
Feb 222014
 

Enjoy this guest post from Holistic Business Coach Bob Crawford!

No matter what challenge you are facing in your life, no matter how big or how small, you have access to the exact guidance you need to help you through it. All you have to do is ask for help. Spirit is waiting to assist you. All you have to do is ask for guidance and be willing to follow through and act on what you receive and you can find your way out of any challenge. All you have to do is ask and allow Spirit to guide you. Continue reading »

Dec 072013
 

Enjoy this guest post from Holistic Business Coach Bob Crawford!
Intuition Rocks! That’s what it says on the back of our SUV, and that pretty much sums up how Donna Marie and I feel about intuition. We both believe that you have to learn to trust your intuition. It is such an important part of your life, and if you let it, your intuition can help you avoid many of life’s problems, before they become problems. I want to share with you a recent example of how listening to my intuition saved Donna Marie and I from being scammed and losing money. Continue reading »

 Posted by on October 7, 2013  No Responses »
Oct 072013
 

Depending on the amount of student loan debt you have, your payment may take up a sizable chunk of your budget. But keep in mind that debt repayment isn’t something you need to wait until you graduate or even have your first job to do.

Types of Student Loans: Federal & Private Loan Options
Types of Student Loans: Federal & Private Loan Options

EduPlan is a payment calculator for students and their families who are concerned about student loan debt. It gives you an estimated payment based on your loan debt and the wage you’ll make while you’re enrolled in school. It takes your financial situation and your expenses and puts them into a few standard categories to determine what your monthly payment would be if you took out a loan equal to your annual income and were to make an average payment, year-round. You can go through this entire process for as little as $34. For example, let’s say you make $40,000 per year, have a $25,000 credit card balance, and have an average payment of $2,800 per month. Then you’d pay 1.25% interest on $48,120 in debt for a total of $2,785 per month. That’s less than the cost of a few cable TV packages, and it keeps you from going into crippling debt.

EduPlan has a few key elements:

An estimated payment: If you don’t know your debt load, you can enter it here. EduPlan will put a number of factors into play, including interest rate and the pay period you’re in, to calculate your estimated payment.

If you don’t know your debt load, you can enter it here. EduPlan will put a number of factors into play, including interest rate and the pay period you’re in, to calculate your estimated payment. Earning potential and expenses: This is the amount of money you need to make to pay off your loan. This includes monthly incomes, minimum monthly expenses, and your expected salary throughout your repayment term.

This is the amount of money you need to make to pay off your loan. This includes monthly incomes, minimum monthly expenses, and your expected salary throughout your repayment term. Loan repayment term: This is the number of years it will take to pay off your loan.

How To Calculate Your Student Loan Payment

If you know you have student loan debt and you’ve opened EduPlan, just start typing in your monthly payment. You’ll see that you’ll make at least four to five payments that will provide you a bit more certainty to making your monthly payments, but you won’t have to be overly concerned about making sure that you’re making the right payments because the repayment term isn’t forever. You could just decide to get serious about paying down your loans over the course of a few years.

With EduPlan, it’s important to remember that this tool is just one part of how to pay down your loans. The other part is also important to consider:

Payment amount: EduPlan uses a 4% interest rate and an annual repayment period of 20 years to calculate your estimated monthly payment. That’s pretty standard for student loans, and this will give you an idea of what your pay in the future would be. (To compare payments at different rates, look at our infographic on the differences in rate comparisons.)

For further information regarding student loans, visit https://www.sofi.com/refinance-student-loan/.