Weekly Mixtape For August 28th, 2022

The headlines that may or may not be impacting your financial plan and portfolio.”

Student Loan Forgivenes, Strong Fed Comments, and A Tale Of Headlines 2

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Week In Review Articles

The WSJ: Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan to Cancel Up to $20,000 in Debt for Millions

The WSJ: Powell Says Fed Must Show Resolve in Fighting Inflation

The WSJ: More Stocks Are Taking Part in Bounceback Rally

The WSJ: Investors Ramp Up Bets Against Stock Market as Summer Rally Fizzles

Nyle on Twitter: “knowing how to say “that’s really cool, but it’s not me” is definitely a skill / Twitter”

knowing how to say “that’s really cool, but it’s not me” is definitely a skill

Weekly Mixtape

Morgan Housel: Big Beliefs Sitting still feels reckless in a fast-moving world, even in situations where it offers the best odds of long-term compounding.

Dr. Joy Lere: Crossed Wires ” When we only give people fragments of our attention, we only hear broken parts of their story. True listening isn’t an auditory exercise–it’s is an experiential one.

Dr. Phil Pearlman: On Building Resilience “Making ourselves uncomfortable as a habit whether it be through rigorous exercise, taking cold showers, or having difficult conversations etc preconditions us for the life setbacks which inevitably occur.

A Wealth Of Common Sense: Two Predictions “Obviously, most of the people who buy a house have to sell their current home since people will always have to move for one reason or another so it’s not like supply is going to vanish altogether.

Kyla Scanlon: Getting POW’ed “I think one thing that strikes me about ‘Quiet Quitting’ is the clear lack of passion for the work, which again makes total sense. A lot of jobs don’t really have things for people to be passionate about – but is passion disappearing entirely?

Young Money: F*ck You Money “A small increase in wealth leads to a massive increase in happiness when you have little, and massive increases in wealth hardly move the bar as net worth increases. For this exercise, it is important to note that happiness is very low when wealth is zero.

A Teachable Moment: Forty-One Quick Tips For Health, Happiness, and Wealth “Work on being present. The past and future are only passing thoughts in our minds.

All About Your Benjamins: Helping Clients Create Lives, Not Just Get Through Life–A Talk With The FPA of Orange County

Helping Clients Create Lives, Not Just Get Through Life–FPA of Orange County (August 17th 2022)

In this talk given at the Financial Planning Association of Orange County, a group of financial advisors are introduced to the PRST mindset and focus as I explain how financial advisors have the unique opportunity to help their clients create the lives they truly want, not just live the one they were told to live.

All About Your Benjamins: More Than Money–A Book From The AGC

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