By Jill Hamilton
Published by Grant Nieland, CFPⓇ At some point in all of our working lives, we ask ourselves “Why am I doing this job?” or “Why did I choose this career?” I have asked myself that question at every position I’ve held over the past 10 years and it was hard to find answers. That is, …
By Andrew Rogers
Published by Andrew Rogers, Strategic Opportunities Associate History books are full of extraordinary people, individuals whose singular achievements transcend time. Figures like Martin Luther King, George Washington, Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Abraham Lincoln; these men need no introductio …
By Meg Ronspies
Published by Meg Ronspies, Marketing Coordinator “Don’t be boring. Remember that the first thing people buy is people.” Normally seated amongst four other “sharks,” Robert Herjavec shared with attendees of the 2016 Excell Conference some entrepreneurial advice last month.
By Minna Burns
I feel wealthiest when I’m surrounded by my loved ones and dear friends; those who have shared laughter and tears, joys and sorrows, successes and failures. The ones who I can see every day or never at all, but still feel like we share a life.
By Anna McGrath
By Scott Ford, founder and CEO of Cornerstone Wealth Management Group In my spare time, I enjoy spending time reading about investments and wealth management strategies. I recently came across an article that cited Wagner’s Rules for Investing, which include: Spend less than you make Save a …
By Andrew Rogers
Published by Aaron Schaben | @AaronSchaben What have you expressed yourself today, both intentionally and unintentionally? Have you stopped and asked yourself that question lately? If you are truthful with yourself, no one else needs to know.