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LIVING THE LAW OF EXCHANGE

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Greetings fellow readers and followers,

I hope everyone is doing well and living in their greatest version of self. I’m Living the Law of Exchange. What do I mean by this statement. Well the other day, I went to the corner store to get change for a Benjamin. I had to spend at least $10 dollars. So I walked around the store to see what they had to offer in my neighborhood that was worth my ten dollars. To my surprise they had a good variety of healthy snacks. I purchased a few and picked up a few personal favorites like Dove body wash, an herbal drink, and some GoodSense snacks (nuts with dried fruit). I took my items to the register and said, “is this ten dollars worth?” The guy at the register said it was close enough. So, he gave me change that consisted of a Grant, two Jacksons, and a Washington.

money is energy

By now, another customer had picked up a case of beer and brought it to the counter as well. So, I’m taking my change and ask the guy next to me in line-

Me: “Who’s on the $50 dollar bill?”

I begin counting down like we’re on ‘Who wants to be a Millionaire?’

Me: “3, 2, 1…” waiting for his response- he’s thinking really hard. But I could tell he really just wanted to pay for his merchandise and go.

Guy: “I can’t even remember ,cause I don’t ever have that kind of cash in my pocket”-

Me: “Grant! Grant is on the Fifty.”

I walk out the store, analyzing the interaction, because I believe there is a lesson in every situation and thought I’d share this with you.

I too didn’t know who was on the fifty dollar bill until I looked at one in my hand. Since the above encounter, I’ve had two more Grants and each time I give one away, I receive another. That’s what I mean by “Living the Law of Exchange”. I also have a Jefferson that I hardly every get and it’s because I am holding on to that Jefferson like I won’t get it again. In order to receive, you have to give- law of exchange. Money is another form of “energy” exchange. What you give away freely without hoarding, comes back to you ten fold. Just remember that and if you don’t believe me, try it.

So, here is a list of former presidents [or not] appearing on currency you may carry around in your wallet:

U.S. Paper Currency And Presidents (Faces) On Bills

(Note: Some Of Faces On Dollar Bills Were Not Presidents)

Pictures Of Bills

 

President on $1 one dollar bill: George Washington

George Washington is also on quarter dollar coin.

$1 bill
Picture of $1 dollar bill

President on $2 two dollar bill: Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson is also on nickel coin

$2 bill
Picture of $2 dollar bill

President on $5 five dollar bill: Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln is also on penny one cent

$5
Picture of $5 dollar bill

Face on $10 ten dollar bill: Alexander Hamilton.

He was not a President.

$10
Picture of $10 dollar bill

President on $20 twenty dollar bill: Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson is also on one dollar coin

$20
Picture of $20 dollar bill

President on $50 fifty dollar bill: Ulysses S. Grant

Grant is on fifty cent coin

$50
Picture of $50 dollar bill

Face on $100 one hundred dollar bill: Benjamin Franklin. He was not a President.

Benjamin Franklin was on half dollar coin from 1948-1963.

$100
Picture of $100 dollar bill

President on $500 five hundred dollar bill: William McKinley

William McKinley is on gold dollar coin

$500
Picture of $500 dollar bill

President on $1,000 one thousand dollar bill: Grover Cleveland

Most expensive $1,000 bill: Grand Watermelon – sold at over $2.2 million at auction!

$1,000
Picture of $1,000 dollar bill

President on $5,000 five thousand dollar bill: James Madison

James Madison is on one dollar coin

$5,000
Picture of $5,000 dollar bill

Face on $10,000 ten thousand dollar bill: Salmon P. Chase.

He was not a President.

$10,000
Picture of $10,000 dollar bill

President on $100,000 one hundred thousand dollar bill: Woodrow Wilson

$100,000
Picture of $100,000 dollar bill

$1,000,000 dollar bill – does not exist – only promotional bills

[Photo credit: http://www.marshu.com/articles/presidents-on-us-united-states-paper-bills-currency.php]
$1,000,000
Picture of a promotional $1,000,000 dollar bill

 

 

Thanks for reading, remember to like, share, and/or comment. Until next time…

Wishing you peace and prosperity,

ET

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Banking: Credit vs. Debit (update)

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Credit vs. Debit (1)

When I talk about credit vs. debit, I’m not speaking about the retail/revolving line of credit cards, we’re discussing the debit card purchases or PIN based transactions vs. using your bank card like a credit card for signature-based transactions. The question was asked, “is one better than the other?” My response, although rather vague at the time was “it depends”. The person sitting across from me then edged me on…”depends on what?!” So, I put my pen down and sat back in my chair then looked over my glasses at her earnestly and said, “whether you have money in your bank account at the time of the transaction for it to be declined or approved.” The young lady was still looking confused, so I decided to break it down a bit more for the sake of additional questions (I was in a hurry to complete an assignment).

“If you use your PIN, the terminal uses your current collected balance to determine if there is sufficient funds available to approve the purchase. In the event you don’t have enough money to cover the transaction or purchase amount, then using credit to sign for your items, is a way to save you the embarrassment of being declined at the time of check out. That is, if you have set up the ‘debit card overdraft coverage’ option with your bank. (something I would not advocate, unless it’s a case of I have no money to by food for me and my children).”

atm or debit (1)

I could tell that my young friend still wasn’t getting it so I turned around in my swivel chair, got up and walked towards my bookshelf, searched for Journey Into Finance by E.N. Towner, flipped through the pages of Chapter 1 found what I was looking for and handed her the book. “Read Chapter 1, and if you have any further questions, call me to set up an appointment to discuss them.” That was how I earned my first paying client. We set up a counseling session for every other Saturday in the morning. I called our session “Banking: Getting on Track”, which can be purchased for a limited time at a ridiculously low price of $25.00.

Update- while running some errands today, I stopped to pick up a few groceries at Walmart. The lady in line ahead of me was attempting to use her debit card as a credit card and was told by the cashier that they no longer allow a debit card to be used as credit. Skeptical The lady was confused as she began searching for a credit card to use instead of her debit card. The cashier said, “they’re starting to do this so that people can’t take a stolen debit card to purchase large ticket items”.

*Feeling a bit cynical about corporate America- I thought to myself, serves them right. Turning good workers away (cashiers) who request to see some identification, would normally prevent these type of thefts  just to save money to invest in programmed machines instead!*  Whoa, it’s time to head home and do some meditating ’cause I’m feeling some kinda way today. Somebody had to say it, I’m just keeping it real. Short, sweet (kind of), and packed with information.

(UPDATE) 

After some complaining from customers, the terminal owners offered merchants the convenience of a non- PIN based option for their purchases. Now if you pay attention, you’ll see the option of NO PIN. This is especially helpful for credit cards and can work with the debit cards as well for signature based purchases. 

That’s all for now. Thanks for reading, until next time…like, share, and/or comment.

Wishing you peace and prosperity,

ET

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HOW TO FEEL YOUR OWN LOVE AND ATTENTION

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The other day, I had a conversation with a friend about relationships and why some people behave in the mannerisms they do. The best thing that a person can do to improve their relationships with others, is to be authentic with themselves.

I enjoy watching the videos by psychologist Ralph Smart and hope that you experience something new from his talks- I know they’ve helped me out a lot.

RALPH SMART - INFINITE WATERS DIVING DEEP

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