I was driving past a large cornfield the other day—I live in Nebraska after all—and had a few thoughts on sowing and reaping. We’ve all heard the phrase “You reap what you sow.” That’s true, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. Yes, if...
How are those 2020 plans working out for you? In crazy and uncertain times, it’s easy to get sidetracked. To feel helpless and stressed. To give up or get discouraged. To ask: “What’s the point?” To pick up bad habits. And even to actively do things that reduce...
Well, we just past the halfway point of 2020. Five months to go. Time for a mid-year financial checkup. I’m a big proponent of doing an annual review each January, but this year has been a bit…unusual…so I encourage you to look things over now and make sure that...
Retirement is more than a number.
“I can sleep at night”
“I have a reason to get up in the morning”
“I have a secure and fulfilling life”
ARE YOUR PLANS ON TRACK?
Unfortunately, most people don’t know if they’re on track for retirement (money) or have a clear idea of what to do when they get there (meaning). That’s a problem.
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