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Oftentimes the biggest obstacle between an individual and their success isn’t an outside factor or influence. The overwhelming scope of a goal can make many people hesitate, and that self-doubt might prevent a project from ever taking off. Success might seem impossible, and people balk at that fear of failure. Mick Ebeling proves what can…

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We have had Michael Lewis’s book Boomerang sitting on our bookshelf for a while now, but his newest book has stolen our attention. The Undoing Project is about the Nobel Prize winning work done forty years ago by two Israeli Psychologists that completely changed our understanding of human behavior and behavioral finance. Our decision-making skills…

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Growth isn’t everything for a business, and that’s a philosophy we believe in. It’s possible to create more impact on the world by remaining small and adhering to the core values that made a business great to begin with. Bo Burlingham has made a huge impact on the clients of Glassman Wealth by presenting this…

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It’s a shame that personal finance isn’t a part of every high school and college curriculum. Even the very basics, like 401(k)s and basic saving techniques might have managed to slip by countless graduates. This extremely straightforward and accessible book is perfect for recent college grads and hopefully will provide actionable advice about their finances…

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Does hard work amount to success? Angela Duckworth found that there’s more to success than simply putting in the hours and effort. A singular goal and continuous drive towards that goal (“grit”) are what really matter, even more so than perhaps talent or intelligence. It is the struggles toward that goal, and getting up no…

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