If you're married, do you remember when you and your spouse were dating? Do you remember how much time you spent together, nurturing the relationship, building intimacy and trust over months and years? I certainly hope you do! You may not have consciously noticed it, but what you were doing was intentionally focusing on your … Continue reading The Power and Necessity of Focus
How many times have you ever bought an item only to wake up the next morning and suddenly have that feeling of remorse for the transaction? Odds are, if you're a person over the age of 12, that's happened to you at some point. What if you've had this experience multiple times in your life … Continue reading Ever Have Buyer’s Remorse? Here’s A Strategy To Prevent It In The Future
Buying a replacement vehicle can seem like a daunting task. There are plenty of slick used car salesmen out there who are more than happy to rip us off with a lemon and have the audacity to say "buyer beware." Guys (and gals) like that have a well-deserved reputation, so it's understandable that many people … Continue reading A Step-By-Step Process For Buying a Used Car
In Chris Hogan's recently published book Everyday Millionaires, he wrote about some really fascinating statistics on typical American millionaires. The truth is far from media portrayals. Few millionaires ever hold an executive position, nor are many of them celebrities or professional athletes. Most simply worked hard over their entire lives, stayed out of debt, and invested … Continue reading 97% of Millionaires Believe This One Thing, And It Makes ALL The Difference
The debt snowball is a process you may be familiar with, especially if you've done any listening to Dave Ramsey in the past 25 years. But the concept of the snowball transcends just the idea of paying off debt. Indeed, almost every area of our life is in one way or another a sort of … Continue reading We Are All Rolling A Snowball In One Direction Or Another; Where Are You Rolling?
Gas: We all have to put gas in our cars, some more than others. But technology has some great tools for us. Use the GasBuddy app to find the cheapest gas station in your area. Just type in your zip code and the app will show the best prices instantly. If you also drive more smoothly, … Continue reading Five Quick Ideas To Save Money On Everyday Things
A new year is almost upon us once again, and many of us are of a mind to achieve a thing or two in 2019. Some estimates claim that nearly 40% of Americans make a resolution for the new year, but about only 8% of us actually achieve those goals. Indeed, it seems that most … Continue reading Got New Year’s Resolutions? Here Are Some Ways To Make Sure You Achieve Them
It's my distinct pleasure to launch this financial coaching practice as a service to my fellow Hampton Roads residents. For quite some time, I've wanted to help the people around me succeed with their money, and have finally found a concrete way of doing so by becoming a personal finance coach. As an avid listener … Continue reading Coach Connell Launches Into Serving Hampton Roads