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13 Myths About Working With a Financial Advisor

Of all the life skills that you can develop and strengthen, managing your money is perhaps one of the most impactful and important skills. Money is foundational to everything we do in life and how we relate to and handle money can have a significant impact on our quality of life.

Michael Reynolds, CSRIC® | June 10, 2020

My Top Three Ways to Achieve Extreme Productivity

A lot of us struggle with productivity. Being able to get things done is a pretty clear competitive advantage when it comes to money. If you are productive, you are potentially more likely to increase your wealth because you can simply get more done which leads to success in business, work, running your household, and pretty much every area in life.

May 19, 2020

7 Everyday Ways to Use Your Financial Advisor

Money is a tough subject for a lot of us. It's hard to talk about. It's hard not to feel stressed out about it. It's hard to ask for help. All these feelings are natural. But they can also hold us back from making progress.

Michael Reynolds, CSRIC® | February 18, 2020

How Financial Planning Helps you Enjoy Life Right Now

"Financial Planning." Could there be a more boring phrase? What does financial planning make you think of? Does it conjure up images of sitting in a big fancy office with guys in suits (nothing against guys in suits... I'm sometimes one of them) who want to talk to you about retirement goals and asset allocations?

Michael Reynolds, CSRIC® | February 18, 2020

The Value of Separating Your Identity from Your Business

Entrepreneurs are very predictable. We follow the same patterns and tend to lean into similar strengths and weaknesses. The drive to succeed and the grit that leads to hours and hours of time invested in our business with no immediate payoff.

Michael Reynolds, CSRIC® | February 18, 2020

Why Entrepreneurship is the Third Pillar of Wealth

As you may know, my target market is entrepreneurs. I love to serve people who are starting and growing small businesses. I'm not talking about the SBA's definition of small business but rather owners of micro-businesses like solo business owners or entrepreneurs with a handful of team members.

Michael Reynolds, CSRIC® | February 18, 2020