Posts From The “Accumulation, Empowerment, Podcast, Reflection, Values” Category

Too Many Cooks If you’ve ever researched personal finance or wealth creation, you know there’s thousands of voices giving advice on how to invest, what to buy, how much to save and a hundred other things. While most of these people mean well, there’s one big problem: They’re not you. What worked for someone else […] Read more

Fountain of Wealth In a perfect world, you’d probably want yourself and all your loved ones to be wealthy and happy without worrying about money. Unfortunately, the world makes it easy to think you can either create positive experiences for yourself or for others—and that doing something for yourself takes away from the time you […] Read more

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Can You Count on Anything? If you’re under 45, your parent’s inheritance might not be part of your financial planning. That’s understandable. Inheritance is uncomfortable to think about and not an easy topic to bring up. But your financial future might just depend on the inheritance you’ll receive. Whether it’s paying off student loans or […] Read more

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Today’s Most Popular 22 Year Old (Roth IRA) If you’ve heard of a Roth IRA, you may be wondering how different it really is from other options. We get it – we understand that it can all get a little confusing! While a Roth IRA and other options have some similarities, they have some pretty […] Read more

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8 Lessons from Grandma’s Generation with Tim Austin (Part 2) We’re back for part two of our interview with Tim Austin; the veteran of time-tested spending and saving strategies. Today, he shares 8 financial lessons that you can learn from Grandma’s Generation. Here Are The Show Highlights: A responsibility philosophy people mistakenly don’t understand (3:20) […] Read more

The Overlooked $2.7 Million with Tim Austin (Part 1) Tim Austin is a veteran in the financial services industry. His passion was in helping parents solve their most immediate need – paying for their children’s college education while continuing to fund their lifestyle, pay off their home, and save for retirement. He’s a leading advocate […] Read more

How To Save Money Learning how to save money is a big part of living a ‘rich life,’ but it’s not about just aimlessly tucking money away in a piggy bank under your bed! Instead, it’s about good goal setting and practical systems. Understanding how to save money correctly allows us to invest in the […] Read more

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On the Verge of… Breakthrough It’s easy to live life just going through the motions, even if you want to do better financially for yourself and your family. A financial breakthrough is something most of us want, but getting one can be tough if you’re not doing the right things to make it happen. Some […] Read more

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On The Verge Of… Home So many of us are on the verge of homelessness…and we don’t even realize it. The American housing bubble that wreaked havoc on our global economy continues to linger even today. The toxic combination of slow wage growth and skyrocketing house prices has put buying out the question for many […] Read more

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A Tale of Two Grandma’s   The 1930’s marked a crucial decade in American history. The Great Depression: One of the deepest, longest-lasting economic downturns in the history of the Western world, challenging many American families in major economic, social, and psychological ways. Today we share the first part of our story about two twins. […] Read more

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