Get in to Your Work Flow

Key Takeaways

  • The concept of “flow” is a highly focused mental state that is something you want to bring in to your workplace to increase and streamline your productivity.
  • Through The Strategic Coach® Program’s Entrepreneurial Time System®, you can use a system of three kinds of days to help prioritize your time and get in to a good flow.
  • It’s important to remember that taking time to relax and rejuvenate helps you increase your overall productivity and slides you more easily in to your work flow.

The Philanthropy Three-Legged Stool

Key Takeaways

  • You can donate your time, talent, or treasure, or all three when it comes to philanthropic causes you are passionate about.
  • If you don’t want to be paid for your services, or you do not have the money to give, working with a non-profit or volunteer group is a great way to give back and is greatly needed in our society.
  • When donating money to a cause, there is a large spectrum of giving, from writing a check, to starting a private foundation, and several steps in between.

The Rule of 72

Key Takeaways

  • The Rule of 72 makes it simple to get the concept of what happens to money as it compounds over time.
  • Using this rule puts things in context when you are trying to make a decision about your money and can quickly help you eliminate certain decisions.

Thanksgiving: A Look at Gratitude and Finances

There are a lot of great traditions families have when it comes to Thanksgiving. Sometimes it’s food related, such as a secret family recipe for candied yams, deep frying a turkey, or just knowing exactly what dishes to expect at the table. Perhaps your family always participates in a local Turkey Trot race, or watches the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, or takes turkey coma naps after the big meal.

There are all kinds of traditions that our families look forward to every year on Thanksgiving, but gratitude is something that can be practiced and expressed every day of the year, and can actually have a positive impact on your finances.

Your family will give thanks for the food and the company around your Thanksgiving table, but