Resolving Unfinished Business

Published on 09 May 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Brad I settled into my seat as the professor began the lecture. As soon as he started talking, I started feeling uncomfortable. I shifted in my seat. With each word he spoke, I found myself feeling more and more nauseous. It felt like the walls were closing in on me. I began to sweat […]

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U.S. Loses 20K Jobs but Some Are Merchants of Misfortune

Published on 02 May 2008 by | Category: News

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Managing Difficult Feelings

Published on 21 April 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted One of my clients recently asked me to share with them ideas on how to manage their anger. My theory is that denying or holding on to a feeling like anger simply makes it stronger. Feelings like anger (and all the others) have their origin with some kind of a physical sensation. A […]

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Redemption

Published on 14 April 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted A friend called me from London and asked if I would consider presenting at a conference she was helping organize, called “Be the Change”. She knew of our work and our book, “The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge” that uses Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol” to explain our perspective of how to help […]

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Good Parenting; It's All About Style

Published on 02 April 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Brad The long awaited day has finally arrived. Your child is born. As parents you finally get to take your baby home. It is all very exciting and joyful. As you walk in the door, you suddenly realize they didn’t give you an instruction manual. What do we do from here? Several decades ago, […]

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From Brad Do you keep money secrets from your partner? Do you spend money without your partner’s knowledge? Do you hide your purchases from your partner? Do you tell your partner you spent less on something than you actually did? Do you have secret stashes of money that your partner knows nothing about? Have you […]

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Standard vs Metric

Published on 03 February 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted A theme that keeps presenting itself in my work with couples, is the baffling reality that the ‘tools’ that many people use to be incredibly successful in their professional lives, are absolutely guaranteed to mess up an intimate relationship. I have the opportunity to work with some of the most successful professional people […]

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Chasing Rainbows

Published on 29 January 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted We were in Kauai, Hawaii recently to among, other things, attend our son’s wedding. As we traveled around the island, it happened to be one of those days where it seemed like every 20 minutes another beautiful unexpected rainbow would appear. Once we actually saw a double rainbow. As I thought about how […]

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Putting Off Procrastination

Published on 29 January 2008 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Brad Vacuuming the house. Filing taxes. Mowing the lawn. Returning phone calls. Starting a project at work. Writing your column for the Kauai Business Report. You know it needs to be done. You know you have to do it. The fact that it has not been completed nags at you. Sometimes it’s hard to […]

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From Ted There was a TV show, “Mr. Ed” that featured a horse, named appropriately enough, Mr. Ed. One of the premises of that show was that quite often horses possessed more common sense than their human counter parts. Mr. Ed’s owner, Wilbur, was a perfect example. I had my own “Mr. Ed” experience a […]

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