Informational Interviews for Career and Education Selection

Posted by on Nov 10, 2015 in College Planning, Goal Achievement, Goals | 0 comments

It’s too easy for kids to drift through college with no clear direction in life (my hand would go up at age 20, too). Here is a way I know works in helping you meet the right people and make connections that may last a lifetime. What are your interests for your working life? Where are you from? Where do you want to live? Address your aspirations first, as this will help you refine your networking needs.  Here are some suggestions: Take a sheet of paper and draw a line down the middle.  Caption the left side as the things You Want in your career and the right side the things You...

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How to Achieve Your MOST Important Goals

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Blog, College Planning, Economy, Estate and Trust Planning, Goal Achievement, Goals, Investments, Retirement | 0 comments

Most of our moral and financial values started with our parents … good, bad, or otherwise. We’re also impacted by where we grew up, the schools we attended, our friends, what we do for work, and where we live now. These all shape our beliefs, which affect our ideas, thoughts and feelings … which in turn, impact the decisions we’ve made. This also leads to the results we’ve gotten, whether we like them or not. No matter what your frame of reference is, you can develop the right mindset to achieve your MOST important goal, and THE secret is about to be revealed to...

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