The Psychology of Money – How Saving and Spending Habits are Programmed in Your Brain

Have you ever wondered why you handle money the way you do? Perhaps you’re a saver and you feel satisfaction every time you look at your growing account balances and displeasure when you need to buy something. Or maybe you’re a compulsive shopaholic, looking at life as something to enjoy, so you buy on impulse and pay …

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What Endurance Athletes Can Teach Us About Building Wealth

Endurance Training and Wealth Building Have More In Common Than You Think Endurance athletes as a group have a higher percentage of wealthy people than the general population. What makes them different? What can we learn from their unusual success that might help us duplicate it in our own lives? I’ve coached endurance running champions …

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Changed Behavior – The Key to Financial Wellness

Every day we’re reminded that handling our finances is never easy. At the end of Q3 2020, the total American household debt reached a record high of 4.3 trillion; 1.6 trillion higher than the record set during the financial crisis. But financial issues aren’t fates reserved for the working class. The National Bureau of Economic Research …

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The Effects of Cost-Optimizing Your 401(k) Plan For Higher Participation and Employee Engagement

Do you know what percentage of Americans on average were enrolled in a 401(k) in 2019? Only 38% It’s true that some jobs do not offer retirement savings, but many of that remaining 68% are American workers actively deciding not to take part in their provider’s 401(k). One of the culprits for this low enrollment …

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