Feeling Guilty? Good!

Published on 15 November 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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Klontz, B.T. (2006, November). You’re not alone: Feeling guilty? Good! Kauai Business Report 12(11). Guilt has gotten a bad name. We associate guilt with depression, heaviness, or an uncomfortable “trip” someone tries to send us on. Some of us think of guilt as a tool of manipulation used to influence, control, or suppress our beliefs […]

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Am I An Egotist?

Published on 07 November 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted I recently had a thought that has dramatically changed my perspective on egotism. During a conversation with a friend, I had the realization that there are two types of egotism. The first type is the one with which we are most familiar. Let’s call it Macro-Egotism. In this state of mind I believe […]

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One For Dad

Published on 31 October 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted I recently completed a one-day workshop for a Unity Church in Denver, Colorado. The people seemed to really enjoy the experience. The day I returned home, I received a call from the minister saying that the people loved the time we spent together. The minister then requested that I consider coming back in […]

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Respecting Our Elders

Published on 24 October 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted I was recently working with a client who was struggling to understand her 80-year-old mother’s profound resistance to any suggestion that the client gave to her. As I heard her talking about her frustration, I was reminded of my father and a particular incident that helped me learn to be with him as […]

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What Are You Worth?

Published on 19 October 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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Klontz, B.T. (2006, October). What are you worth? Kauai Business Report 12(10). Children are self-centered. They believe they are special, unique, and supremely important. They each believe that the world revolves around them. Recently, a group of children were asked what they thought was the most important thing that happened in the world within the […]

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The Gift of Amends

Published on 17 October 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Ted I met an old client of mine the other day and he related the following story to me: A number of years ago, I had suggested that he write a “forgiveness” letter. Though the directions were different than what he ended up doing, he wrote the letter to his ex-wife of 17 years. […]

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From Brad Let’s face it, we all know the basics about what we need to do with money- save more, spend less than we make, stick to a budget, make a will, etc. However, more of this type of nuts-and-bolts information about money is not going to help us until we are ready to use […]

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From Ted Have you seen this commercial? A lady is seen coming out of various stores and stowing her purchases in the floor wells of her new mini-van where, if wanted, the seats can be stored to produce a flat interior surface inside the van. In this case however, she takes the seats out of […]

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Statistics on Financial Infidelity

Published on 03 October 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Brad Financial Infidelity may be much more common than you think! A study commissioned by Money Magazine revealed some startling statistics. In a survey of 1,001 people, over half reported that money was a sensitive topic in their households. Forty percent admitted that they have told their partner that they paid less for a […]

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My Big Mistake

Published on 25 September 2006 by | Category: New Blog Posts, Updates

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From Brad The Big Mistake = moving a significant portion of one’s wealth into or out of the market at one time in an attempt to capitalize on the next big market trend. I have to admit it. I made the Big Mistake. It was at the tale end of the tech bubble in 2000. […]

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