You Can Plan for Tomorrow….Just Don’t Plan on Tomorrow!

I have been involved in the practice of Tai-Chi for over twenty years.  One of the central tenants of the philosophy is to “go with the flow.”   It has almost become a cliché to use such a phrase, but the reality is that it is a very difficult thing to do.

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Scarcity or Abundance?

One of the more difficult behaviors to master is learning to deal with perspective.  It is only natural to assume the way we see things is actually the way they are.  It is really difficult to stop yourself and recognize that your perceptions are influenced by your prejudices and belief systems, many of which operate at . . . → Read More: Scarcity or Abundance?

Living a Cliché

Our ten second sound bite culture loves to use clichés. You know what a cliché is…. right? It is a brief statement meant to convey a universal truth that everyone supposedly understands. I say “supposedly” because, when you find yourself actually living out a cliché, you might find that the reality is something quite different.

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Winding Down or Gearing Up?

I was having a phone conversation with someone the other day and during our discussion I was describing my time management system.  Because of years of hard work and planning, I have been able to provide much more balance in my life.  When I told him that I had reduced my work week to twenty hours, . . . → Read More: Winding Down or Gearing Up?

What Are We Paid For?

This contribution to the “In My Opinion”  column comes from Money Quotient Licensee, Thom Allison, CFP®.  He is the founder and president of Allison Spielman Advisors in Bellevue, Washington. To learn more about Thom, click here. In addition, please share your responses to Thom’s philosophical musings by clicking here and scrolling down to the “Leave a . . . → Read More: What Are We Paid For?

“In My Opinion: A Gift from the Cosmos”

Money Quotient is proud to present the newest “In My Opinion” post written by longtime M.Q. friend and Licensee, Robert J. Cole, Jr., CLU, ChFC, CASL, CFP®. Bob is the founder and president of Financial Architects, Inc., a financial planning firm located in Louisville, Kentucky.

Bob has been in the financial services industry since 1972. He has . . . → Read More: “In My Opinion: A Gift from the Cosmos”

“In My Opinion: Going Global”

Money Quotient is proud to present the newest “In My Opinion” post written by longtime M.Q. friend and Licensee, Robert J. Cole, Jr.,

CLU, ChFC, CASL, CFP®. Bob is the founder and president of Financial Architects, Inc., a financial planning firm located in Louisville, Kentucky.

Bob has been in the financial services industry since 1972. He has appeared . . . → Read More: “In My Opinion: Going Global”