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- An Interview Series with Leisa Peterson on A Golden Civilization – Second in Series
- An Interview series with Leisa Peterson on A Golden Civilization – First in Series
- “The Whole Financial Planning Process is Wrong” Expert Says
- Jenny Hoff Podcast Interview
- How Should Investors Respond to Political Uncertainty?
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Democracy – George Kinder’s latest video interview with Leisa Peterson on how to create A Golden Civilization for a thousand years. Advertisements
Introduction of A Golden Civilization – George Kinder’s latest video interview with Leisa Peterson on how to create A Golden Civilization for a thousand years.
“The whole financial planning process is wrong,” says George Kinder, widely recognized as one of the chief educators and influencers in the financial planning profession. But what exactly does he mean, and how does he justify this bold statement? First, … Continue reading
March 30, 2017 Read or listen to Jenny Hoff’s interview/podcast with George Kinder Dubbed the “father of life planning” and author of the seminal book on money, “The Seven Stages of Money Maturity,” George Kinder has been an investment and … Continue reading
Surveys have found that people regret what they didn’t do more often than what they did. Continue reading
Take the time to reflect on what you would like to do or be to live life to its fullest. Continue reading
Imagine you are financially secure, that you have enough money to take care of your needs, now and in the future. How would you live your life? Continue reading
Why do smart people do foolish things with money? Continue reading
Let’s compare two different people: one wins $1 million in the lottery, the other has an accident and loses the use of his legs. Which one will be happier with their life 12 months after these events? Continue reading