Walk at Your Pace

Since the day before Thanksgiving, I have increased my physical activity. I have been going for walks at my local YMCA on the indoor track. The track is above the basketball court. You can look down onto the court while walking and observe everything. The “Y” is a wonderful bright spot in my community. The … Read more

Leveling Up

It’s not easy to shift your work/life into a different gear. What is easy is staying in the same day-to-day routines. The truth is, if you want different results you have to do something different. Often leveling up requires us to not just do one thing, but many things differently. So where should you start? … Read more

How to “Get” Clients

Do You Really Want Clients? First – Want clients. It may seem like a given that everyone in business wants clients. However, I have observed that in service businesses some people are actually ambivalent. They want clients but also fear what getting clients will force them to confront about themselves. “Wanting clients” involves checking your … Read more

Supplemental Insurance for the Self-Employed

A Rude Awakening My mother is a retired realtor and my father, for most of his years, worked as a government employee. I don’t know what type of conversations they had about money and financial planning with one another. But I know for sure they never had conversations with me about their money or financial … Read more