This article first appeared on the Good Men Project site. Money is about much more than what we think. Here’s the story of how I learned an important lesson about finance and life. Modern finance owes much to science and science just as much to modern finance. In other words, they leverage each other. How … Continue reading The Financial Lesson That Took Me 20 Years To Learn
Financial well-being is a practice, and money is one tool to help you evolve with your money. The truth is that money is just a thing, a neutral thing you can use to create the life you want for yourself, your family, and communities both large and small.
We all have limiting beliefs. Most likely they formed back in early childhood to keep you safe, or maybe they sprouted out of something someone told you about yourself which turned out to be wrong. How many times have you not done something because you thought you couldn’t? Didn’t explore a new life path because it … Continue reading In A Knot: Untangling Limiting Beliefs
You’ve got patterns, I’ve got patterns, we all have patterns that trap us & keep us stuck, unable to evolve or experience success. I’m not talking about routines like a morning walk or a daily 2pm coffee break. Patterns are often unconscious, formed & maintained without our awareness or permission, and our own are really … Continue reading STUCK: How to see your comfy, terrible rut for what it really is.
Because someday you’ll need to assemble a great team.
Before jumping in, take a look at the broader context and relevant details, and have your child(ren) take this survey to find their natures. Job & Own: from 16 to 18 it’s important for kids to do something for the world at large and get paid for it. Babysitting, mowing lawns, scooping ice cream, walking dogs- owning … Continue reading Allowance: Adolescents to Young Adults