The Most Important Discovery I’ve Made In The Last Decade

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I am constantly learning; whether it is from great books (thank goodness for audio books) or great people who I have the privilege of interacting with.
Today, I want to share with you one of the most important discoveries I have made in the last decade.

It has revolutionized my life, reduced my stress, and made life incredibly more enjoyable.

It is called the ‘Belief Matrix’ and it was taught to me by my friend and mentor, Paul Anthes, of R3 Coaching.

What’s the Purpose of All Your Money

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Have you ever wondered why you have the money you have? You have means but what is its connection to meaning? To put it simply, what is the purpose of your money?

Mitch Anthony of Advisor Insights is a leading trainer for Financial Advisors. A month ago, I spoke at a national conference Mitch was speaking at. I gleaned some important insights from Mitch that I want to pass along.

The most common question I hear from clients is “Will I/do I have enough?” The answer to this question is something we regularly monitor for our clients. Mitch suggests a more valuable question to ask is “Am I managing my money in a way that is improving my life?” This requires the holistic approach our firm provides by addressing investment management, debt management, spending management, risk management, relational management, and financial & estate planning.

Reflecting Through These Challenging Times

Lisa HandleyFinancial & Estate Planning, Freedom, Money management, WFL-3, Wisdom for Life

This blog is meant to encourage us to grow personally through the current pandemic. Unfortunately, tragic loss has been suffered personally by so many. We mourn with those who are experiencing such loss and recognize there is no benefit in your loss. One of my favorite speakers and authors, Andy Stanley, has a saying: ‘Pain with no gain is a shame’.