The World of Financial Independence.
The delay of gratification is essential to success. But what happens if we delay gratification for too long or too often? You’ve heard of the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment. Put a marshmallow in front of a child and tell them that they will get two if they don’t eat it for 15 minutes. Some eat it.…Continue Reading
Money lessons for young adults are far too often learned after we are no longer young – when poor decisions have us digging out of a financial hole later in life. While it does seem like younger generations are more interested in financial intelligence than previous ones, there is still a lack of financial education…Continue Reading
We’re Talking Millions! I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Paul Merriman, the coauthor of We’re Talking Millions! 12 Simple Ways to…Continue Reading
What is generational wealth? Generational wealth is defined as the value of assets passed from one generation to the next. It can…Continue Reading