Limiting Beliefs: How to Identify and Change Them

Limiting Beliefs: How to Identify and Change Them

Have you ever felt stuck in a job you hate? Have you ever felt that you will be in debt until the day you die? Have you ever felt that no one will want what you have to offer in your business? All of these are natural feelings to have at one time or another, but the other thing they have in common is that they are limiting beliefs. But, what does that mean and what can you do about it?

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Going Back to School: Evaluating Financial Tradeoffs

Going Back to School: Evaluating Financial Tradeoffs

So much of our financial lives are a result of decisions we make and how they either directly or indirectly impact our finances. Sometimes our hand is forced into making a financial move, but often we come to crossroads. We can choose which path we want to take and factoring money into the equation is a necessary part of that. Here we discuss some things to consider when you’re calculating tradeoffs.

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How to Reset Your Financial Goals

How to Reset Your Financial Goals

We’re heading into 2018 at lighting speed so it’s time to take another look at those financial goals and set yourself up for success. Whether you had 2017 goals that fell by the wayside or financial goal setting is completely new to you, here are some tips to keep you motivated a moving in the right direction.

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When Making "Bad" Financial Decisions Makes Sense

When Making "Bad" Financial Decisions Makes Sense

If you’ve been studying up on personal finances, I’m sure you’ve noticed some cardinal sins from financial advisors. It’s so easy to take these at face value, but the bottom line is that the general rule will not apply to everyone. There are always exceptions, so how do you know if you should be applying these rules to your finances or if making the “wrong” decision is actually right for you. Here are some tips to help you draw that line.

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Financial Moves to Make When You’re Switching Jobs

Financial Moves to Make When You’re Switching Jobs

Switching jobs can be a stressful and exciting process. However, there are also some extra financial factors at play that deserve some attention. Here we discuss a few financial considerations to make that you may have forgotten about.

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The Big Money Lessons I Plan to Teach My Daughter

The Big Money Lessons I Plan to Teach My Daughter

When we learned we were expecting our first child last year, we talked about where we would travel and what board games we would play. Secretly, however, I had my own mental list of lesson I wanted to teach her, and they’re lessons I think everyone can use in their financial lives.

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Four Frightening Personal Finance Myths

Four Frightening Personal Finance Myths

On the most frightening day of the year, I felt it was only appropriate to address some finance myths that can also have terrifying consequences. Maybe you’ve heard some of these before, or maybe these are new to you, but familiarizing yourself with these four money myths just might help you avoid a potentially hazardous personal finance blunder.

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What Is a Money Coach and Do You Need One?

What Is a Money Coach and Do You Need One?

Today, there is a real focus on educating the consumer and helping you to understand exactly how you can take control of your finances, and this is where a money coach can really come in handy. Learn more about what a money coach can do for you.

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How to Prioritize Your Financial To Dos

How to Prioritize Your Financial To Dos

Time and again, the question I hear from clients the most is how to choose what financial priorities to put first. It sounds like it should be a simple exercise, but most of us don’t have unlimited money lying around to fulfill all our current and future financial needs and wants. So when you’re working with limited funds, what’s really important? How can you invest for the future and still live the life you want today?

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How to Turn Your Financial Goals into To Dos

How to Turn Your Financial Goals into To Dos

If you’ve already spent the time to sit down and write out your financial goals for the near-term and long-term you’re already ahead of most people. But, once you’ve developed those goals, how do you move forward? How do you take those goals and break them down into a manageable “To Do” list?

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Fighting The Impulse to Keep Up With the Joneses

Fighting The Impulse to Keep Up With the Joneses

"Keeping up with the Joneses" can be an expensive and never-ending pursuit, so how do you fight this impulse to allow yourself to spend money on the things that will make you happiest instead of just competing with your friends and neighbors?

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Why Overthinking Your Investment Strategy is Costing You​​​​​​​

Why Overthinking Your Investment Strategy is Costing You​​​​​​​

We all feel the pull to “beat the market” and to ensure that our investments are performing at an acceptable level, so often we wait for the perfect moment to invest or that shining stock that you can sell for 10 times what you bought it for. These are all good things to strive for, but for most of us, this opportunism can really hurt us.

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