In the words of Frank Sinatra “Love and marriage, love and marriage, go together like and a horse and carriage, this I tell you brother, you can’t have one without the other”. The same holds true when it comes to strategic and financial planning. Too often business have very detailed strategic plans (often too much detail) and no financial plan. … Read more >
I recently finished reading The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. It is a practical look at finding personal freedom that reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless worry and stress in our lives. A New York Times best seller for 8 years, it is not generally considered to be a “business” book. … Read more >
The autumn of 2016 has brought about many changes in our country. Some anticipated and planned, like our recent Presidential election, with the result being favorable for the winning party and conversely a surprise to the other. Or the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series!
Another recent change widely anticipated by the financial community was the Federal Reserve announcement to raise interest rates. … Read more >
Principles and Practices
I had the opportunity to hear Alan Mulally, former president of the Ford Motor Company, speak at a conference this past summer. The title of “Working Together” is his and his story is one that we can all learn from. Alan was the first outsider brought in to run Ford. … Read more >
Boundaries apply to all of us in everything we do. A boundary in this context is defined two ways: What you create it to be and what you allow it to be. This leads to the concept of who is in charge of your life and your success. According to Dr.… Read more >