Financial Habits

This category deals specifically with the habits needed for physical and financial fitness.

Making Big Financial Decisions – Balancing Emotion With Sound Logic

Making big financial decisions is a balancing act. I’m sure you can relate as you reflect back on your life. As you go through the process, you probably think about being practical and sensible. However, as human beings, we are all driven by emotion. Emotion is what makes us so unique as individuals. It helps …

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Money and Patience – Give Yourself a Chance to Succeed

There is a funny internet meme that came out a few years ago – “Do I Run? Yes. Out of time, money and patience!” Unfortunately, many of us find it difficult to have patience for anything in our fast-paced society. When it comes to your finances, patience pays off in a big way. It is …

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Teaching Kids About Money – Changing the Conversation

Teaching kids about money is one of the greatest gifts we can give to future generations. This is a topic I discuss on a regular basis. I do not think it can get enough emphasis. For some reason, there is a huge stigma in our society when it comes to discussing financial topics. This causes …

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Buying a Timeshare – Is it Ever a Good Financial Decision?

Buying a timeshare is common in the United States. Statistics show that 1 out of every 12 Americans owned one in 2014. If you have ever been to a popular resort destination, chances are you are familiar with the sales presentations. You receive an offer for a free nights stay, admission to the amusement park …

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Annual Financial Review – Make This a Can’t Miss Habit

One of the best things you can do is perform an annual financial review. Life is constantly changing, and sometimes it is difficult to keep up with everything. When it comes to your money, take the time to review your situation and make sure everything is in order. The small amount of time invested can …

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Millennial Money Myths – How to Avoid Stereotypes and Succeed Financially

Millennials. Just the mere mention of the term brings out a variety of opinions. It always amazes me how certain generations get assigned a number of stereotypes. Stop me if you have heard these before:Millennials are lazy and entitled.This generation is so selfish and immature.Millennial money habits are terrible. This is truly the “me” generation.Millennials …

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Do You Need a Money Manager to be a Successful Investor?

Would you pay a huge percentage of your hard earned cash to have a money manager invest it for you? That doesn’t sound like a very good deal, but that is exactly what some people do. If you decide to work with an investment adviser, you need to make sure you are getting the appropriate …

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Fear of Investing – Conquer the Things Holding You Back

The fear of investing is a very powerful barrier for a lot of people. With constant talk of stock market crashes and economic slowdowns, it’s natural to have a cautious approach. However, investing is still one of the best wealth builders available for the majority.  It is important to consider facts over emotion when you …

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New Years Resolutions That Stick – Set Meaningful Goals

New Years Resolutions are an annual tradition for approximately 40% of Americans. Of the millions of people who set resolutions for the year, it is estimated that less than 10% actually succeed. Despite the best of intentions, why is it that most people do not accomplish what they set out to do? There are a …

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