How to Make Money a Healthy Part of Your Relationship

By Byron Ellis February 7, 2019

  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, check out our latest article in on how to make money a healthy part of your relationship! Read the full post here:   How to Make Money a Healthy Part of Your Relationship  


Why I Changed My Focus from Success to Balance (and How That Made Me More Successful)

By Byron Ellis February 5, 2019

“Try not to become a man of success. Rather become a man of value.” – Albert Einstein You probably won’t believe me when I tell you this, but I will anyway. The number one factor that I attribute to my success is this: not taking success so seriously. Let me explain. When I started building my business decades ago, I was a workaholic. 80-hour weeks, week in and week out, for years. Then my daughter was born, so I made a big change… …to 60-hour…
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How to Survive the Next Bear Market

By Byron Ellis January 29, 2019

“Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.” – George S. Patton A Bear Market. This is when stock prices fall rapidly and as a result, so do your investment account values. If you watch financial news, this is a term that is often used when investors are starting to get nervous or downright scared. That’s because bear markets can feel a lot like a riptide. Suddenly and unexpectedly, a lethal force catches hold of us, pulling us with irresistible strength and breathtaking…
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How to Save an Extra $2,000 a Year

By Byron Ellis January 25, 2019

What would you do with an extra $2,000? In part two of my series with I show you how to save two grand following three simple tips! Read the full post here: How to Save an Extra $2,000 a Year

Building a Credit Score to Last a Lifetime

By Byron Ellis January 22, 2019

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.” – Mark Twain Have you ever noticed how companies brag about how long they’ve been around?   Restaurants, banks, construction companies…they include ‘Est.’ in their logos and proudly announce the first year they opened their doors. Why? Because they want to give you a sense of enduring quality…and more importantly, consistency. If a business has managed to survive for decades, it implies that they have been able to keep loyal customers coming back. And they want you to…
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