Do you have control over your money?

Let’s imagine two people: Brad and Janet who are in roughly the same financial situation. Brad is constantly stressed out about money. He struggles to make ends meet every month, doesn’t have a savings plan, and has no idea where his money is going. He doesn’t think there’s any way out of his troubles unless…

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Are you making wealth a priority?

There is one point about money that is more important than any other, and that’s to understand what is required to generate wealth. Financial planning only matters if you have the potential to produce money in the first place. It’s like a car with no gas…how far do you think you’ll get, expecting the engine…

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How To Improve Your Relationship With Money

This is one of those posts I re-up every year because I think it’s soooo important.  Everybody says they want a good relationship with their money…but what does that even mean? Does it mean you’re cool with money until there is a conflict and then you turn on it? Just how deep or superficial is…

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How to become more accountable to your money results

Do you watch Ted Lasso? I LOVE Ted Lasso. In the first season, in the episode where they were at Rebecca’s fundraiser, Rebecca commented to Keeley (paraphrasing here): “You can’t have a relationship with a person unless there is accountability,” when Jamie lets Keeley down. And in the same episode, Roy holds Keeley accountable for…

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The money & meaning disconnect

When you’re not making a lot of money, or feel like you’re in a survival situation, I think it’s useful to be self aware. Reflective of how you got there. BUT – just because people are in a better money situation than you, doesn’t mean they “did” any particular thing better than you. So why…

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How to Manage Yourself Around Wealth Building

If you have been reading these posts since the start of the year, you know that we are focusing on the five strategies that help determine how successful you are going to be with your wealth building focus. Just to refresh your memory, the five strategic areas are: 1 – Engagement 2 – Governance/Accountability 3…

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How To Plan and Implement for Financial Success

If you read last week’s post, you know that we are focusing on the five strategies that help determine how successful you are going to be with your wealth building focus. Just to refresh your memory, the five strategic areas are: Engagement Governance/Accountability Model/Goal Execution/Implementation Environment/Self Management You can get the overview of all five…

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How to Engage And Govern Financial Success

If you read last week’s post, you know that we are focusing on the five strategies that help determine how successful you are going to be with your wealth-building focus. Just to refresh your memory, the five strategic areas are: Engagement Governance/Accountability Model/Goal Execution/Implementation Environment/Self Management You can get the overview of all five here,…

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Five Strategies of Financial Success

Many people might think that financial success is all about the money…I mean, yes, it is? In that it matters how much you can keep. And the more you keep, the more you can leverage that savings. But aside from investing strategy, there is so, soooooo much more to being financially successful. You might be…

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