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The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream
The Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream
What does it take to create your New American Dream?

Suze Orman, the woman millions of Americans have turned to for financial advice, says it’s time for a serious reconsideration of the American Dream—what promise it still holds, what aspects are in need of revision, and how it must be refashioned to fit our lives so that we can once again have faith that our hard work will pay off and that a secure and hopeful future is within our reach.

In nine electrifying chapters, Orman delivers a master class on personal finance for this pivotal moment in time. She addresses every aspect of the American Dream—home, family, career, retirement. She teaches us that in order to create lasting security we must learn to stand in our truth. We must recognize, embrace, and be honest about what is real for us today and allow that understanding to inform the choices we make. The New American Dream is not the things we accumulate, says Orman, but the confidence that comes from knowing that which we’ve worked so hard for cannot be taken away from us. In The Money Class, Orman teaches us how to take control over our present—right here, right now—in order to build the future of our dreams.

Whether navigating the complicated mix of money and family, offering the most comprehensive retirement resource available today, or delivering a bracing dose of reality when it comes to recalibrating our expectations and our goals, Orman educates us with her signature no-nonsense approach and laser-like clarity. She empowers us to live a life of integrity and honesty that will create an enduring legacy for future generations—a New American Dream that lies in truth, security, financial freedom, and peace of mind.

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Celebrating in the fountain
Celebrating in the fountain
As a photographer, I always think "man, I wish i could get out and shoot more" or "I wish I had a new idea to try out". With this past few weeks being obsessed with trying fire and water shots, it was certainly a treat to get a call "Dan! i'll be there in a half hour, we're going down to Newport to shoot in the fountain". My response? "LOVE IT. Let's do this". Nataly had just turned in her final report for her final class at her university, and had her last day at her job, and was starting a newer better improved job in which she saw a lot more potential (as well as the lack of a terrible boss). THIS was her celebration dance. Newport is located right over the river from downtown Cincinnati in Kentucky and is a pretty happening place. On weekends, the place is packed as it has amazing views, good restaurants, and plenty of bars in walking distance. This fountain is right in the middle of their 'square' surrounded a movie theatre, elegant restaurants, and of course, valet parking. I KNEW we weren't going to have long to shoot before the attention caught up to us and we'd be asked to leave, so we had everything setup. My strobe / light stand / beauty dish / trigger / power cord was all ready to go, and would just need to be setup, and plugged into the vagabond. My lens of choice was already equipped so I just had to throw the trigger on and we were set. Now the only thing missing is the water, and about a hundred people staring at us. We pulled up to the valet parking area where the fountain is located, and Nataly hops out to 'ask' the valet guys if it's ok that she gets in the fountain to take some pictures for her portfolio. It's funny, watching a gorgeous girl walk up to a group of overweight men asking them if she can get in the water, haha. They were powerless, and agreed. "well I guess that would be ok" (they probably couldn't say yes fast enough). They asked me to park right outside the frame of the shot but had to stay out of the way of the cars coming in for valet. 6pm, Friday night...yes there were quite a few but none were in the fountain, haha. She hopped in and was instantly freezing. I took as many shots as I could while letting the vagabond (3 second recharge) power the strobe up to full power each time. Half the shots you could see her teeth chattering the water was so cold. I kept firing knewing it'd be moments until someone escorted us out, and after three lenses and maybe 30 or so pictures it happened. Every strobist / photographer knows these words all too well " Do you guys have a permit to shoot here ? " and every photographer knows this line all too well : " Wait, what? a permit? we have to have a permit? oh my gosh we're so sorry we'll pack up and leave right away, please forgive us". If you haven't memorized those lines yet, feel free to tattoo on your eyelids b/c the great shots are usually the ones where you're not supposed to be. Luckily, we got the contact so we can come back and shoot again at night :) Thanks for checking out or work, and reading my novel! strobist: 5dmk2 canon 70-200 f2.8 IS 300w/s strobe + beauty dish + vagabond II
Celebrating in the fountain
Celebrating in the fountain
As a photographer, I always think "man, I wish i could get out and shoot more" or "I wish I had a new idea to try out". With this past few weeks being obsessed with trying fire and water shots, it was certainly a treat to get a call "Dan! i'll be there in a half hour, we're going down to Newport to shoot in the fountain". My response? "LOVE IT. Let's do this". Nataly had just turned in her final report for her final class at her university, and had her last day at her job, and was starting a newer better improved job in which she saw a lot more potential (as well as the lack of a terrible boss). THIS was her celebration dance. Newport is located right over the river from downtown Cincinnati in Kentucky and is a pretty happening place. On weekends, the place is packed as it has amazing views, good restaurants, and plenty of bars in walking distance. This fountain is right in the middle of their 'square' surrounded a movie theatre, elegant restaurants, and of course, valet parking. I KNEW we weren't going to have long to shoot before the attention caught up to us and we'd be asked to leave, so we had everything setup. My strobe / light stand / beauty dish / trigger / power cord was all ready to go, and would just need to be setup, and plugged into the vagabond. My lens of choice was already equipped so I just had to throw the trigger on and we were set. Now the only thing missing is the water, and about a hundred people staring at us. We pulled up to the valet parking area where the fountain is located, and Nataly hops out to 'ask' the valet guys if it's ok that she gets in the fountain to take some pictures for her portfolio. It's funny, watching a gorgeous girl walk up to a group of overweight men asking them if she can get in the water, haha. They were powerless, and agreed. "well I guess that would be ok" (they probably couldn't say yes fast enough). They asked me to park right outside the frame of the shot but had to stay out of the way of the cars coming in for valet. 6pm, Friday night...yes there were quite a few but none were in the fountain, haha. She hopped in and was instantly freezing. I took as many shots as I could while letting the vagabond (3 second recharge) power the strobe up to full power each time. Half the shots you could see her teeth chattering the water was so cold. I kept firing knewing it'd be moments until someone escorted us out, and after three lenses and maybe 30 or so pictures it happened. Every strobist / photographer knows these words all too well " Do you guys have a permit to shoot here ? " and every photographer knows this line all too well : " Wait, what? a permit? we have to have a permit? oh my gosh we're so sorry we'll pack up and leave right away, please forgive us". If you haven't memorized those lines yet, feel free to tattoo on your eyelids b/c the great shots are usually the ones where you're not supposed to be. Luckily, we got the contact so we can come back and shoot again at night :) Thanks for checking out or work, and reading my novel! strobist: 5dmk2 Tamron 17-35 300w/s strobe + beauty dish + vagabond II

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