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The overarching vision of the Kinder Institute is to bring Life Planning to everyone in the world by increasing the public’s knowledge about and demand for Life Planning, and by training Life Planners and helping them continue to develop their skills and practices.
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Each time I think about Life Planning and how it’s helped me, I can’t help but smile. I started the Registered Life Planning program in the Spring of 2016 at a 7 Stages of Money Maturity workshop in Chicago. At … Continue reading
By Adam Wells Each time I think about Life Planning and how it’s helped me, I can’t help but smile. The dictionary definition of the verb evoke means to bring a feeling, memory, or picture into the mind. ‘the smells, sounds and … Continue reading
The small man builds cages for everyone he knows. While the sage, who has to duck his head when the moon is low, keeps dropping keys all night long for the beautiful rowdy prisoners. Hafiz Written by Miriam Whiteley … Continue reading
by Randy Gardner 4/19 Yesterday, I awoke in a funk, wondering how I could come up with a second case in less than a month. I had lots of work to do getting ready for upcoming presentations and, thankfully, only … Continue reading
Each time I think about Life Planning and how it’s helped me, I can’t help but smile. I first heard about Financial Life Planning when I was relatively new to the finance industry and eager to become successful. I had … Continue reading
Click video to hear George’s thoughts on How Can Registered Life Planners Help Achieve a Golden Civilization?
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Take the time to reflect on what you would like to do or be to live life to its fullest. 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