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Leading with Courage Begins with Following Feedback

Leading with courage means being open to improvement. Learn more about the qualities you can develop for more thoughtful leadership.

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Finances in Divorce: Dealing with Transition

Divorce affects nearly 50% of the population. Learn more about protecting and splitting assets in divorce and in subsequent marriages.

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Frugal Living is in Reach — Avoid These 6 Spending Mistakes to Save Money

These 6 costly mistakes may be keeping you from frugal living. Get budgeting tips from the house to the gas station that will help you save.

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Money Basics Series — Part 5: Is Your Relationship Ready for a Joint Account?

Are you rushing into a joint account with your significant other? These are the questions you should ask your partner before making the commitment.

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Money Basics Series – Part 4: Medical Debt and Overwhelming Financial Matters

Some debt is beyond our control, such as medical debt. Protect your assets when you owe more than you have, and negotiate your debt without shame.

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Money Basics Series – Part 3: Debt Management and Credit Card Spending

Debt management starts with tracking and reducing credit card debt. Form better spending habits with these tips and tricks.

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The ESG Investor and the Food Revolution: Embracing a Plant-Based Diet

How a Plant-Based Diet Promotes Good Health and Socially Responsible Investing I went vegan about three years ago, based on the research that I was doing on food, nutrition and agriculture. Since that time, I have become an evangelist for a whole food plant-based diet because of the life-changing impact it has had on me. […]

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Keeping Your Resolutions Throughout the Year: The Key to Staying Fit and Healthy

Don’t Be a ‘Ghost Member’ of Your Gym It’s that time of year again. Everyone making New Year’s Resolutions to “get in shape once and for all!” It is no wonder January and the months following are a big months for the fitness industry business! However, then comes the hard part: sticking to the resolution […]

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Thirteen Guidebooks for Building and Holding Wealth

Read These Books to Get Smart About Personal Finance and Investing

Thirteen Guidebooks for Building and Holding Wealth Hiring a professional to manage your investments is not akin to hiring a plumber, car mechanic, or even attorney. To hire any of these three professionals it is neither necessary nor likely that to first teach yourself about plumbing, car engines, or the law. Personal Finance & Investing, […]

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The Cost of Clutter: Physical, Emotional and Digital

How Much is Clutter Actually Costing You? What if I told you that digital and physical clutter negatively impact your productivity and performance? Similar to multitasking, clutter of all types overloads your senses causing your brain and body to feel stressed and reduces your creativity. Maybe that’s why Pinterest is loaded with storage solutions that would […]

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