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Are You Spending Too Much on Your Hobbies?

Hobbies are part of how we express our individuality. In the daily grind of life, they’re also a way we can unwind, have some fun, and do the things we most enjoy. Without this outlet, life would be a lot more stressful. You could say that having hobbies is good for your health and well-being. On the other hand, hobbies can be downright expensive and a huge strain when balancing your budget. For some people, their hobby is actually a source of financial stress even if they don’t realize it’s ca...
Tags: Advice, Marketing, Lifestyle, Budgeting, Frugality


Lori Novak Shares 5 Things You Should Know About Foreign Exchange

Lori Novak is the Vice President of Foreign Exchange (FX) Sales and Trading at Associated Bank, where she advises a wide range of corporate clients on managing their currency risk arising from conducting business globally. She is also a wegg® board member and a wegg specialist on foreign exchange, international payments, and fx hedging. In this article, Lori has shared with us 5 crucial facts to get you up to speed on all things foreign exchange… 1. FX (forex, foreign exchange, or currency marke...
Tags: Business, New York, Featured, Advice, International, Sales, United States, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Foreign Exchange, International Business, Lori, Associated Bank, Wegg® Blog, Women Entrepreneurs Grow Global blog, Lori Novak


Business owners: Who’s part of your brain trust?

If you are an entrepreneur or a small business owner, you are accustomed to making many decisions every day.  And whether you have built your enterprise from the ground up, or you have inherited a family business, you feel a sense of pride in leading it and a duty to ensure its sound future. This sense of responsibility is necessary. Someone has to commit to making sure it meets with success. Yet, this same sense of duty and personal responsibility can be the business owner’s Achilles heel. You ...
Tags: Business, Small Business, Advice, America, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Achilles, Roosevelt, Franklin D Roosevelt, Patti Cotton, James Kieran, Abraham Lincoln How


The Complete Single Property Website Features Checklist

Looking to make the most of your single property Website? While most of our features are prompted during the initial build of the site, there are many which fall into our “extended features” category. Below is complete list of features that we think are beneficial to marketing your single property Website and enhancing its overall appearance. We hope you find this list helpful. If you need assistance with any of the noted features please refer to the help and support section in your AgencyLogic ...
Tags: Real Estate, Advice, Marketing, Website, Radio, Tips, AgencyLogic, Agencylogic Powersite, Agencylogic.com, Powersite, Single Property Website, Single Property Website Tips, Single Property Websites, Upload, Google Analytics Download, Open House Announcement Upload


When DIY personal finance isn’t working

The “do it yourself” movement is nothing new in our country. The American Dream is built on the concept of the self-made immigrant or homesteader making clothing, buildings, inventions or industries with limited resources. The only difference recently is that with YouTube, Pinterest and other platforms, instructions for everything from cutting hair to repairing a dryer to real estate investing are all readily available to everyone and appear to be NBD (“no big deal”). We feel intelligent and acc...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Irs, Cnbc, Wilson, AARP, NBD, Youtube Pinterest, Mrs Wilson, Michelle C Herting, National Association of Estate Planning Councils


Who are the team players in your financial game?

Which is your favorite team? Whether you said Angels or Dodgers, Ducks or Kings, I hope your next thought was, “but I really love my team of financial and business advisers, too.” Our uniforms aren’t as colorful, and we rarely serve hot dogs or peanuts, but if you’ve got a financial planner, an accountant and an attorney working collaboratively toward your goals, you’re ahead in the game. And you’ve got a team that’s rooting for you, which is a nice twist. One or more Often clients will feel t...
Tags: Business, Tim Tebow, Advice, Angels, Sport, Soccer, Jackson, Riverside, Major Leaguer, Dodgers Ducks, Percival Go Angels Teresa J Rhyne


All About SPACs – And Their Implications For Law Firms And The Lawyer Job Market [Sponsored]

How has the rise of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, aka SPACs, affected law firms, attorney recruiting, and the current legal job market?
Tags: Law, Advice, Mergers and Acquisitions, Career Advice, Biglaw, Corporate Law, Sponsored Content, Transactional practice, Lateral Moves, Lateral Link, SPACs, Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, Jesse Hyde


5 Unexpected Funeral Expenses You Should Prepare For

One of the final scenes of my favorite movie The Big Lebowski features John Goodman’s and Jeff Bridges’ characters arguing with a funeral director over the cost of their friend Donny’s funeral. At one point, John Goodman (who plays a constantly angry character) shouts, “Look, just because we’re bereaved doesn’t make us SAPS!” After having recently gone through a family funeral of my own, I find myself more sympathetic toward the character’s outrage. When it comes to funeral expenses, it can see...
Tags: Family, Advice, Marketing, Budgeting, John Goodman, Jeff Bridges, Donny, Obituaries Newspapers


9 pieces of advice I'd give to my younger self, according to a neuroscientist and business professor

Moran Cerf. Moran Cerf Moran Cerf is a professor of neuroscience and business at Kellogg School of Management. He regularly answers questions about psychology, business, and behavior via email from people who attend his talks. This week, he shares nine pieces of advice he'd give to his younger self to have a flourishing life and career. See more stories on Insider's business page. Q: What advice would you give to your younger self?A: This is a loaded question with many nuances, b...
Tags: Advice, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Mit, Brain Health, Nordic, Don, Scott, Sloan, Kellogg, Scott Galloway, Kellogg School of Management, Yossi Vardi, Viktor Frankl, Stern School of Business


Who’s on your team? It takes a village to organize the finances

A few years back, a certified public accountant called, asking me to reach out to a married couple to discuss their personal finances. For the sake of privacy, this article will refer to them as John and Rose Smith. It was the middle of tax season and the CPA had just completed the Smiths’ tax returns. John and Rose were both in their late 70s and John’s health was quickly declining. To add to this, the family finances were spinning out of control. In addition to taking care of her ailing husban...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Smiths, John, Securities And Exchange Commission, Rose, Cpa, RIA, TERI, Teri Parker, Rose Smith, CAPTRUST


The Road To In-House: How Do I Leverage My Contacts? [Sponsored]

Make it easy for people to help you: be as specific as possible in outlining your ask.
Tags: Networking, Law, Advice, Career Advice, Sponsored Content, In-House Counsel, Networking Advice, Job Searches, Lateral Link, Abby Gordon


Does Sun Square Saturn Indicate Low Self Esteem?

Hi Elsa, I’ve read there are aspects in one’s natal chart that indicate poor self esteem. I’ve read that Saturn squaring one’s Sun is an example of this. My question is this: is there a place in the chart to see … Read More...
Tags: Elsa, Advice, Self-esteem, Astrology, Discuss, Sun Saturn, Sun Square


Tips: When your life partner resists financial planning

One of the most difficult hurdles to overcome in financial planning can be reaching a shared agreement about goals and actually doing what it takes to reach these goals. When your life partner resists money conversations, tension and resentment can build. One of you, for instance, might be trying to save funds for retirement, and the other spends without thinking, appearing to count on winning the lottery as chief funding for the golden age ahead. Emotional moments arising from such scenarios ca...
Tags: Personal Finance, Business, Advice, Finance, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Patti Cotton


The Complete Single Property Website Features Checklist

Looking to make the most of your single property Website? While most of our features are prompted during the initial build of the site, there are many which fall into our “extended features” category. Below is complete list of features that we think are beneficial to marketing your single property Website and enhancing its overall appearance. We hope you find this list helpful. If you need assistance with any of the noted features please refer to the help and support section in your AgencyLogic ...
Tags: Real Estate, Advice, Marketing, Website, Radio, Tips, AgencyLogic, Agencylogic Powersite, Agencylogic.com, Powersite, Single Property Website, Single Property Website Tips, Single Property Websites, Upload, Google Analytics Download, Open House Announcement Upload


3 habits that separate good leaders from great leaders

As a leader, reframe your approach to work if you find yourself becoming too complacent. Morsa Images/Getty Images Chief people officer at HubSpot, Katie Burke, says great leaderships means improving how things are done. When the opportunity to build on something arises, take it and make it better. Being a good leader also means being vulnerable, asking for feedback, and reflecting on mistakes. See more stories on Insider's business page. Regardless of industry or field, there's o...
Tags: Leadership, Advice, Trends, Strategy, Management, Nordic, Abby Wambach, Don, Inc, Brian Halligan, Business Strategy, Leadership Skills, Contributor, Inc.com, Katie Burke, Contributor 2019


What Financial Institutions Need to Know About Racially Diverse Groups

Research confirms a very uneven economic impact on consumers of different segments, which banks and credit unions can no longer ignore. The post What Financial Institutions Need to Know About Racially Diverse Groups appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Advice, Finance, Customer Experience, Minorities, Strategic Planning, Segmentation Strategies, Financial Wellness, COVID-19, Diverse Racial Groups, Logica Research


Pluto – Energy Is Neutral Until Directed

Mara writes on Anti-Bitch “If someone has a twisted Pluto, the predatory instinct will surface. But if someone had learned Pluto lessons, this person can help other people trough hell and back, without hurting the other even more… Is that … Read More...
Tags: Psychology, Advice, Anger, Mars, Pluto, Astrology, Real Life, Mara


LIBRA – Death By Codependency – Video

Yes, Libra, you’re nice. Now learn to say no! … Read More...
Tags: Videos, Advice, Libra, Astrology, Real Life, Relating, Pluto-in-Capricorn, Co-dependence, Pluto-in-Libra, Saturn-in-Libra


Why married couples should be a tax-cutting team

Most professionals can remember the experience of working with their first client. My first client thought the large capital losses I reported on her tax return must have been a gross error due to my inexperience as a fresh-out-of-college accountant. She exclaimed that the losses were impossible because her husband, who had recently started to day trade, had told her all year how much money he had made. When I patiently reviewed with them the losses on the statements from the broker, the husband...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Irs, Southern California, Michelle, Don, Melodie, Disney Mattel Amazon


What Does A Man With Venus In Aries Want?

Venus is the planet that rules what we intrinsically value in relationships as well as how we value ourselves. If you’re in love with someone with Venus in Aries, they appreciate the direct approach. Don’t beat around the bush, just … Read More...
Tags: Advice, Dating, Venus, Aries, Astrology, Venus-in-aries


In marriage we trust: Why having an estate plan is a must

I have frequently heard from couples who put off estate planning because they couldn’t agree on a plan. I usually say this is the same as not going to the doctor because you haven’t diagnosed yourself. An estate planning attorney’s job is to guide you through the options available and the techniques that can be used to meet the goals you both have, even if those goals may seem to conflict. There are always options. Here are some … Separate and community property Married couples often have esta...
Tags: Business, Advice, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Riverside, Teresa J Rhyne


Thoughts on Leadership: Acknowledge Your Team

For leaders, it’s important to acknowledge team accomplishments. Proper acknowledgement is the method of support that will show your team members their work is seen and heard as a significant contribution toward the achievement of collective company goals. Gallup polls show employee recognition is the key factor influencing not only employee engagement but also overall organizational performance. Translation: To create—and retain—extraordinary performers, you have to acknowledge just how extraor...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Productivity, News, Ge, Advice, America, Radio, Culture, Tim Cook, Las Vegas, Zappos, Gallup, Success Tips, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Jack Welch


Astrology Forecast & Abnormal Commentary

I’m officially reallocating my energy to focus on my newsletter over my blog though both will be maintained. My newsletters are sent about five times a week. They’re designed to inform, entertain and help you in the one or two … Read More...
Tags: Daily, Advice, Astrology


Astrology News & Abnormal Commentary

I’m officially reallocating my energy to focus on my newsletter over my blog though both will be maintained. My newsletters are sent about five times a week. They’re designed to inform, entertain and help you in the one or two … Read More...
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Free Astrology News & Abnormal Commentary

I’m officially reallocating my energy to focus on my newsletter over my blog though both will be maintained. My newsletters are sent about five times a week. They’re designed to inform, entertain and help you in the one or two … Read More...
Tags: Daily, Advice, Astrology


How to know when to sell your startup, according to a cofounder of Bleacher Report who sold his at age 28

Dave Nemetz is a cofounder of Bleacher Report and the founder of Inverse. Photo: Inna Lila Dave Nemetz is a cofounder of Bleacher Report and the founder of Inverse and writes a weekly newsletter on media and startups. The following is a recent post, republished with his permission. In it, Nemetz explains how founders can recognize when it's time to let go of their company. See more stories on Insider's business page. In a landscape overflowing with hustle porn, startup acquisitions...
Tags: Startups, Media, Opinion, Advice, Entrepreneurs, Trends, Strategy, Bloomberg, Dave, Turner, Founders, Shark Tank, Nordic, Don, Corleone, University of Massachusetts Medical School


5 benefits to partnering with a property insurance attorney

Finding an attorney who can advise your clients about the pile of paperwork sitting in front of them saves them time and money, and it shows them how sensitive you are to their needs. Here are a few more important benefits.
Tags: Advice, Insurance, Service, Radio, Agent, Home Inspection, Attorney, Victoria Kennedy, Brokerage, Select, Insurance policy, Property Insurance, Property Damage Attorney, Property Insurance Law


3 Ways to Stop Being Your Own Financial Enemy

During a recent family outing for dinner (thanks to a free birthday coupon), a man approached us asking for some spare change so he can get something to eat for the night. I told him I didn’t have any change on me, but I would buy him a meal at Rubio’s since that’s where we were going. Surprisingly, the man told me he would rather eat at Panda Express and went on his way. How ironic for someone to be in need and hungry, yet be so picky. Even though I laughed at that situation, I can’t help but ...
Tags: Motivation, Advice, Marketing, Budgeting, Starbucks, Money Management, Rubio, Don, Panda Express, Ways to Stop Being Your Own Financial Enemy


Your son is irresponsible. Do you leave the estate to him or the kids?

Family conflict can complicate financial and estate planning when we work with multi-generational and blended families. This can lead to emotional decision-making. How can you remain tethered and grounded in special situations as you plan for the future? Here are some scenarios we often see in estate affairs … Case #1: Honoring values and stewardship with the irresponsible adult dhild Jill and Johann, parents of adult child Sam, are carefully considering where and how they will pass on their wea...
Tags: Business, Advice, Sport, Soccer, Sam, Jim, Jill, Jan, Johann, Patti Cotton, Will Jim


What Chart Markers Indicate Age Difference In Relationships?

Hi, Elsa. What are the markers of attraction to older men in a chart of a woman? It’s a general question, so I’m not including any birth data. Studying Hi, Studying. There are people who fare well by partnering outside … Read More...
Tags: Elsa, Advice, Astrology, Real Life, Relating, Venus-Saturn, Saturn-in-7th, venus in Capricorn