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20 Second Advisor: An Overlooked Topic

When it comes to financial planning, I find that a topic that’s often overlooked is generosity. People who have a plan to share some of their hard earned money with others are more fulfilled and satisfied. I believe we all have an inherent desire to help others. We can express this by sharing our time…

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20 Second Advisor: Urgent vs. Important

I recently re-read 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. It is a fantastic and timeless book that has the capacity to permanently impact our lives if we apply the principles. In the book, Stephen introduces the concept of the Urgent vs. Important matrix pictured below. Everything we do fits into one of…

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20 Second Advisor: Recipe For Change

I read in a book recently that change requires 2 things: We must understand what’s in it for us There has to be proof beyond a reasonable doubt that the benefit to us will actually occur or that we can get there. It’s crazy how true this is in our finances! When people get a…

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20 Second Advisor: Make it happen in 2019!

It’s the most wonderful time of year.  That time when you gather with family, celebrate the holidays, and dust the cobwebs off your old budget.  But, seriously, I love this time of year.  We are looking into the new year and trying to guess/dream/figure out what we’d like to accomplish in 2019. Vision is the…

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How to Be Financially Thankful This Season

Thanksgiving was last week which means we have officially entered the Holiday season. Aren’t we supposed to feel good this time of year? Aren’t we supposed to be thankful for our family, friends, jobs, etc? Isn’t everything supposed to be right in the world? What does it mean to be financially thankful? I propose that…

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Why Don’t We Take Better Care Of Ourselves?

This is an article written by a friend of mine, Ann-Marie Giglio. Ann-Marie owns Core Matters, a fitness studio in Roswell, GA. I love her approach to fitness and nutrition. When I read this article, I immediately thought of the parallels between this and our finances. Often times, the barriers to making progress in our…

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