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Power Up Principle 11 — Radical Generosity

Give

As I have traveled throughout the world, I have observed that Americans are among the most generous people on the planet. We are certainly a blessed people who give with an open hand and a compassionate heart to those in ...

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Power Up Principle: Leaving a Legacy of Love

Estate Planning

If I told you that you could take proactive steps to help keep your family from hating each other after you’re gone, would that interest you? Sadly, family drama occurs more often than you think! I recently conducted a joint ...

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Power-up Principle #9: Conquer the clutter

Clutter

I’ve lost count of how many people we’ve helped sort through mounds of documents gathered from the nooks and crannies of their home. Fearful of tossing anything “important,” people stack their paperwork on kitchen tables, stuff it into drawers (especially ...

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Spring tip for busy couples: Get a marriage tune-up

Your rich uncle in Manchester passes away, leaving you his nearly new Bentley convertible. According to the terms of his will, the car is shipped to you free of charge. One day you’re driving a 10-year-old Toyota; the next day ...

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Power up principle: Avoid the use of debt

Does the topic of money trigger feelings of excitement, anticipation, peace of mind? Or rather fear, dread, even panic? As I look to the future, I have come to the conclusion that economic uncertainty is our new normal so we ...

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Seven deadly diet sins that rob the body of wellness

The following seven dietary sins are common and frequent detours en route to experiencing a more vibrant life. Take a quick inventory of your own daily dietary habits and select one smart solution per week to build a better body ...

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Power up principle: The power of contentment

Have you ever asked yourself “How much is enough?” Will more stuff really bring you the satisfaction you’re looking for? The answer is “perhaps for a little while,” but it fades quickly. During my years of practice, I have observed ...

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Health care reforms could impact your tax returns

Several key tax law changes in the Affordable Care Act have been implemented in 2013 and 2014. The impact of those changes on federal tax returns due April 15, 2014 and 2015 hinge mainly on your household’s adjusted gross income ...

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Power up principle: The power of planning

The first thing I do at my office each morning is “power up” my computer. This tool has enormous capabilities that add instant benefits and make my life more productive. Unless I use it, however, it’s just a dormant piece ...

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