Well-being is that optimal alignment of a person’s lifespan, with their healthspan and their wealthspan.
Visualizing Life's Journey
What is the grand vision – the panorama for your life? Panorama means the expansive view that exceeds the gaze, forcing the viewer to turn his or her head in order to take everything in.
The Life Wheel is one tool that helps you to examine how you balance all the competing areas of your life, gauge your satisfaction and assess the current state of balance in your life. The Life Wheel is a great way to visualize your life’s journey.
Creating Value Beyond the Balance Sheet
Living an abundant life and pursuing financial well-being are worthy goals throughout our lives. Financial comfort and security are individually defined; indeed, there is no “app” for that. And, we often find we have raised the bar or redefined how much we need to sustain a contented and meaningful existence.
Five Stages of Progression in Advisor-Client Relationships
According to the foundational theory in interpersonal communications, Mark Knapp, professor and researcher at University of Texas in the 1970s, there are five stages of progression in any kind relationship: initiation, experimentation, intensifying, integration, and bonding.
Discovering What Matters Most
When we are at our best, applying our energies to what matters to us, the natural result is greater fulfillment. It takes intention and focus to align our time and energy with our personal values. Even when we seek change, it doesn’t come easily to us; people need help getting there. And that begins with an exploration of their unique Network Profile or how we connect to one another.
“The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why,” wrote Mark Twain.
Mark Twain discovered what many spend a lifetime...
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