Have you ever started to get serious about paying off your debt and then quit? Frustrating isn’t it? Whenever I interview people why that is, I typically hear things like, “I ran out of gas” or, “I feel like I am getting no traction.” Sometimes life has hit you with a few unexpected curve
Completing an Ironman & How it Relates to Personal Finances
David Olsen went through financial coaching earlier this year with Justin, and at the time was planning on completing an Ironman competition. That competition was in August of 2014, so we invited David into the office to share about his training, the competition, and how it’s helped his personal
Ability or Motivation?
I was talking with a friend last week and he said he had an epiphany when it came to his motivation. This was interesting to me as my last week’s blog was about how action leads to motivation and motivation leads to hope. I pressed in further as I wanted to know more of what he was talking about.
What Happened to My New Year’s Resolution?
We are almost half way through another year and I have been wondering lately how most of us are doing on are New Year’s resolutions. Most people make one of three declarations on New Year’s: I am going to lose weight, I am going to quit smoking or I am going to get out of debt. Then why is it