Best Money Tips: 7 Ways to Make People Listen

Welcome to Wise Bread’s Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found articles on how to make people listen, how to quit Facebook, and two key numbers you need to track if you want to master your money.

Top 5 Articles

How to Make People Listen: 7 Things You Shouldn’t Ignore — A monotonous tone will bore your listeners. Add some prosody — that pattern and rhythm people use in poetry — to captivate the audience. [Dumb Little Man]

How to Quit Facebook — Ready to deactivate your Facebook account? Here’s what you need to do to make all your Facebook activity disappear forever. [Kiplinger]

Track These 2 Key Numbers to Master Your Money — Learn about the two key numbers that you need to track every month — and the tools that help you do it! [Couple Money]

7 Mistakes Guaranteed to Ruin Your Retirement — It doesn’t matter how much you save if your priorities are all wrong. [Money Talks News]

If You Don’t Do These 4 Things, Your Meetings Might Just Be a Complete Waste of Time — Meetings tend to run long…but yours don’t have to. Setting a clear time to end the meeting will keep your team focused and concentrated. [Inc.]

Other Essential Reading

The Ideal Retirement Age To Minimize Regret And Maximize Happiness — Retiring between 41-45 means you’ve had enough time to earn a good sum and still have enough energy to do something new. [Financial Samurai]

FTC asked to investigate YouTube — Child advocates and consumer groups lodged a formal complaint against Google for allegedly violating children’s online privacy by allowing ads to target them. [The Christian Science Monitor]

Here’s How to Clean Your Clothes Dryer in Minutes — Keep your dryer happy and efficient by thoroughly cleaning the machine every six months. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Start These 10 Easy Habits Today to Save Money — Make it a habit to repair, not toss, when something is broken or torn. Oftentimes, a simple fix is all it takes! [Everything Finance]

Are You In a Mental Slump? Here Are Six Ways to Get Back on Track — Anyone can get into a mental slump, and being stagnant often contributes to the problem. Moving around will help you get the juices flowing again and refresh your thoughts. [Due]