Tag Archives: #healthdecisions

Avoid Distractions to Improve Your Financial Decisions

Have you ever actually noticed when you are not fully present? This is hard to do. Maybe you are driving and realize you haven’t actually paid attention to your route for a while. Or you are on a call while simultaneously watching a video, petting your dog, and brushing your teeth? Are you a multitasker?[…more]

3 Financial Choices to Make Now

There are so many reasons to be optimistic about the economy right now. Stock markets are up, unemployment is really low, wages are rising, and consumers are generally confident and buying. Mortgage rates are at nearly all time lows. All good signs. Of course there is a lot of concern about potential inflation (price increases)[…more]

Christmas is Coming! 5 decision tips to avoid supply shortages

You can’t turn on the news anymore without talk about how the “supply chain” is going to kill Christmas! What? How can this be? and wait. What even is a supply chain? On one hand I am happy that the field of logistics has risen to such prominence. I started my career in this area,[…more]

3 Simple Steps to Make a Difference Today

Warren Buffett once famously said that “someone is sitting in the shade today because someone else planted a tree a long time ago.” Breaking that down, there are two critical messages that we can all take away from this. The first is that we need to think long-term and big-picture. We need to be “tree-planters”[…more]

How to Choose Wisely for Your Healthcare

As we age, we use more healthcare services. We visit the doctor more, take more prescriptions, and generally spend more money than when we are younger. At the same time, we lose some cognitive capacity and our tolerance for risk. The net result is we are less capable of making important health decisions, when we[…more]