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Keeping Up with The Joneses

We are all guilty of comparing ourselves to others, and it’s especially easy to do so based on how we share our lives through social media. A quick scroll on your phone will convince you everyone you know is happy, prosperous, and confident. But is that reality? The...

What is Your Financial Mt Everest?

Imagine summiting Mount Everest, and how much would be required of you to make that happen. Verne Harnish, who wrote Scaling Up, said, “Those who do it create a plan. Prepared with a set of rules and a passion for the journey, along the way, they aim for a series of...

Over/Under Estimate Goals

Bill Gates once said, “most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” How true is that? So many of us set goals each January for what we want to achieve in a year, and often find ourselves off track a few months...

Routine Sets You Free

Routine sets you free. I read those words in a book that suggested routine is the driving force behind efficiency. I’ve always believed this to be true, but reaffirmations are often important when we’re searching for self-motivation.   Setting money goals is an...

Simplify, Not Simpler

Einstein once said, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”   A few years ago at the closing meeting for our home, I remember feeling confused by the HUD statement. I asked about certain numbers and how the math added up in particular...

Growth Through Creativity

In my previous blog post, I discussed how we leverage team work to ensure a successful experience for our clients. Another one of our core values is creativity. We stand firm in the idea that utilizing particular methods to reach a goal simply because “that’s the way...