Cash Flow Blues: The Christmas Special

It’s Christmas time, and I could go into a diatribe on fiscal responsibility in the face of the consumerist holiday. But I won’t. Here’s a bad Christmas poem instead. Oh! My November wallet Fair and fat With opportunities resplendent. Oh! But Christmas cheer is not free Even the simplest of tidings Wassail, evergreens and gingerbread … More Cash Flow Blues: The Christmas Special

The Cash Flow Blues

I make money, but where does it go? I often hear this from prospective clients. They have long-term goals like saving for retirement, emergency funds, and investing but never have the cash to accomplish them. Despite earning 6 figures or more. They understand they spend too much but don’t know the steps to fix it. … More The Cash Flow Blues

Energetic Audit

I’ve become a little obsessed. I am really intrigued at how mental and physical energy levels ebb and flow during the course of a day. And the book by Daniel Pink – When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing really fed my obsession. (and for you Whovians out there, that’s not Clara’s Danny Pink…) When … More Energetic Audit

Procrastination: The Insidious Destroyer

FAQ: “I have a problem with procrastination. How do I keep it from affecting my work?” Procrastination is insidious. Sure, we first think of those mesmerizing time-drains like Facebook and YouTube as feeding Procrastination. But it can also masquerade as ‘busyness’ – loading our schedule with unimportant tasks that seem important. Regardless of how it … More Procrastination: The Insidious Destroyer