Featured Edisode: Scott Ford (TT)
Scott Ford is the Founder, CEO, and principal wealth advisor at Cornerstone Wealth Management Group and author of three books including the New York Times Bestseller “The Sustainable Edge: Fifteen Minutes a Week to a Richer Entrepreneurial Life.” Scott is also a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner who enjoys golf, hunting, permaculture, woodworking, beekeeping, and being a father.
Kelly Breslin Wright is the former executive vice president of sales at Tableau, and at the end of 2016 she stepped away from the workforce, entering early retirement to rededicate her time and energy to her family and other pursuits and projects. We ask Kelly about how she has identified good opportunities throughout her life and career, how she helped built a company from an unknown start-up to a multi-billion dollar 3000+ employee software giant, and about her experience in her first year of early retirement. Blog at thewealthyhealthy.co / Music by bensound.comread more
Research suggests that 93% of communication is nonverbal – learn these body language tricks and tips to make a strong first impression and appear warm and welcoming while confident and in control. Blog at www.thewealthyhealthy.coread more
What’s all the buzz about Bitcoin? This month we explore Bitcoin and other decentralized digital currencies — called cryptocurrencies — to better understand what has caused their recent rise in value, how they work, and the issues they potentially solve for. Blog at thewealthyhealthy.co / Music by bensound.comread more
You can double your savings every decade without doing anything. Sound too good to be true? Mathematically, it’s actually not! Today we discuss the Rule of 72, a mathematical shortcut to determine how long it takes to double an investment depending on a variable interest rate. We also introduce some basic ways of investing in indexes to take advantage of their long-term financial benefits while requiring nearly no effort on your part. Blog at thewealthyhealthy.co. Music by bensound.com.read more