4 Ways to be a Financial Mentor

When you experience the freedom and joy that comes from winning with money, you’ll naturally talk about it. You’ll want to pass along what you’ve learned, especially when you know you can help the people you care about. Before you put on that teacher’s hat, you need to decide what mentoring means for you. What […]

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What is a Personal Brand?

In the earlier days of advertising, a brand was product produced by a particular company under a specific name. For example, Tide is a brand of laundry detergent manufactured by Proctor and Gamble. That company also makes Bounce, a brand of fabric softener. Now, it’s not enough for your product to have a recognizable brand. […]

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5 Ways to Become a Strong Leader Others Will Follow

Just because you’re a leader in an organization doesn’t mean others want to follow you. I know that can sound harsh, but it’s true. You could supervise 3,000 people who wouldn’t follow you into a grocery store. Or you could manage 30 people who would go into battle with you. So what makes the difference? […]

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How to Calm the Chaos and Empower Your Family to Connect

Keeping a family running smoothly is like herding cats through an open field. If your house is anything like mine, it’s a perpetual mess of schedules, homework, housework and five distinct personalities living under one roof. And if your family is like mine, being in the same room together without technology, toys or other distractions […]

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What’s a Good ROI? It May Be Different Than You Thought

When you own a business, one of the many things you worry about is the ROI—the return on your investment. It’s one way to measure the growth and profitability of your company. But an ROI isn’t just a measuring tool in business. It’s an expectation in everyday life. Follow me here: When you take an […]

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The Secret That’s Killing Job Production

As a business leader, you want to be the hero for your team. You hope they see you as confident and competent. A trail blazer. A problem solver. A resource. You want to be in their corner, and you want to have their back. And you want to help them—even if it’s a personal issue. […]

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3 Questions Every Leader Needs to Ask

As a business leader, you’re a pro at asking questions. Budget updates. Timeline details. Marketing channels. And of course, you ask about team members. Or do you? At the frenzied pace of your role, you may focus on what’s right in front of you—the urgent—and forget the most important piece of the business puzzle: your […]

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The Forgotten Leader Who Changes Lives

Leaders come in all shapes and sizes. Some blaze trails by starting new companies. Others shepherd churches, run hospitals, give orders to platoons, or care for animals. Some have big offices and big salaries. Some spend more time in their cars than in their homes. They lead corporations, create non-profits, manage people and resources, and […]

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Freedom Isn’t Free

When it comes to saving for retirement, sacrifice is necessary. But today I want to thank the people who have truly sacrificed to protect our country. There are so many people who work hard for us, and the least we can do is have gratitude and say thank you.

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5 Lies That Weaken Your Leadership

As a leader, you’re confident in your ability to direct a group of people to accomplish your company’s goals. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be a leader. You believe in your business skills, think your employees respect you, and excel in communication. Or not. While you may think you’ve got what it takes to succeed, those working […]

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