Finding balance is the mantra on many people’s lips these days. Balance—that rare blissful state where everything just fits—work, family, money, health, learning, community and leisure all melding in lovely balance.
Moneylogue [mu-nē-log] (n.) blog, writing or speech about money; story in which money contributes largely to the plot, themes, and character development.
Your financial life makes an indelible mark on your personal life. It should tell a story that YOU ARE THRILLED TO LIVE.
We all want to be successful investors. It’s not even a difficult concept—just learn the rules, follow them and you will undoubtedly be a winner. The only slight stumbling block is to understand whose rules you’re going to play by and whether they make sense to you AND you can follow them to a practicalContinue reading>
David Tepper, hedge-fund manager of the $20 billion Appaloosa Management, is nervous about the market (according to Jason Zweig’s May 16, 2014 column in the Wall Street Journal). He’s not alone. The domino effect of big time money managers expressing their worry over current market prices is enough to shake confidence and motivate sell ordersContinue reading>
Last month I sat down with John Murphy, a global executive coach and entrepreneur, for a wide-ranging discussion on financial life planning and my passion for this work. If you want to hear more about financial life planning and how we at Financial Life Focus operate, give this a listen.
Some damned smart minds have cracked the human genome. New science and technology discoveries are made daily. So with all our native intelligence it should be easy to make wise and appropriate money decisions, right? Not necessarily. Even the brilliant—the scientists, engineers, doctors, software designers with great levels of expertise and knowledge in their field—don’tContinue reading>