An important part of a balanced financial plan is generosity. Regardless of your background, religion, or net worth, sharing what we have with others is healthy. This 60 Minutes segment had a big impact on me (it’s worth the read or watching the 13 minute video). We’ve all been negatively impacted by COVID, but some…

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I love the hope, optimism, and resilience that was displayed as America rang in the New Year! It’s these characteristics that enable us to rise above many different challenges. That said, things didn’t change overnight, and we don’t know what this year will hold. In meeting with clients, I began thinking about what we can…

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It’s Thanksgiving so I can’t help myself. Gratitude is medicine. Gratitude combats entitlement. Gratitude changes our perspective. Here’s how we can practice this week: Take a moment right now and write down 10 things you’re grateful for (I just did) Invite your family, kids, or friends to share 3 things they are grateful for during…

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I recently heard someone say “don’t measure success or failure by the outcome but by the wisdom of your decision that led to that outcome.” Said another way: we can not control the outcome, but we CAN make wise decisions with the information we have available to us. This principle makes perfect sense, but it…

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We learn like crazy when things get hard. We grow when we overcome obstacles. We get stronger when we push beyond our comfort zone. We naturally seek comfort and avoid pain yet we are drawn to the beauty that struggle produces… Diamonds are formed only after intense pressure and heat Butterflies emerge after the strain…

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Meditate Set goals Read daily Judge less Eat healthy Love yourself Wake up early Start a journal Quit a bad habit Ask for feedback Learn a new skill Believe in yourself Start a new routine Plan a new strategy Learn how to invest Don’t make excuses Stop procrastinating Review your finances IG source: @marketingmentor.in

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When asked what my wife’s pet peeve is about me, she will quickly respond with “he wants to discuss our finances too often!” I THINK I’ve gotten better over the years, but I’ll have to ask again! I came up with a saying that I share with my clients…“In order to make money a non-issue,…

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