Monthly Archives: December 2015

2016 Is Your Year!

Creating Your Best Money Year Ever in 2016. One of the primary reasons many people do not achieve financial success is they have never stopped to define what it is that a “successful” financial picture looks like for them.  In … Continue reading

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What Books Will You Read in 2016?

For many years I have based personal and business decisions on this philosophy: “Who you are ten years from now will be a result of the books you read and the people you spend time with.” This quote is an … Continue reading

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Pressure for Perfection

Christmas is the time of year when the pressure to be perfect intensifies. We imagine the perfect celebration and then put forth our best effort to make it happen. We shop for the perfect gifts. We plan the perfect Christmas … Continue reading

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We Live Lives of Cash Flow

If there’s one thing I say nearly every day of my life, it is this:  “We live lives of cash flow.” When it comes to providing expert mortgage advice for clients, this is typically what it boils down to for … Continue reading

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Learning Creative Gratitude

Whenever the holidays come around, we are surrounded with the advice to “be grateful”, and “give to others”, etc. etc.  But how do we really go about living this way year-round?  The key is to transition from “reactive” to “creative” … Continue reading

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