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Trading Apathy for Action

T is for Trading Apathy for Action

  Apathy is defined as a lack of interest, enthusiasm or concern. What makes apathy so peculiar,  is the “feeling of not feeling” is almost like going numb. When we feel the joy and energy for important things in our life is missing, but we lack the motivation to change our circumstances – we may […]

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S is for Strengthen the Energy of Your Life

   “It is in your moments of decision that your destiny is shaped.”  – Tony Robbins   “It’s the beliefs you have right now that are guiding your actions,” according to Tony Robbins, author, and life coach. He believes that if we can master our beliefs, we can guide our decisions. It makes sense that our […]

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O is for “Ouch” – Can Yoga Be Dangerous?

There are contradicting reports on Yoga and Injuries but compared to most types of exercise yoga, in theory, should have a much lower rate of injury than say high impact aerobics or running. But with any form of exercise, there is always a potential risk of injury. A Yoga in America Study conducted by the […]

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L is for Life Is Not All About Luck

“Luck Is What Happens When Preparation Meets Opportunity “̶  Senca If you tend to think “only the lucky people” get the breaks – think again. Those “lucky people” most likely poured their heart and soul into their plan before taking action to go after what they desire. Luck is the belief that events or life […]

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K is for The Key to Happiness – is it Time?

“Money buys happiness,” has long been the motto for many on this planet. However, recent studies suggest it may be “time” that promotes more happiness. A study published in the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences suggests that people feel happier when using their money to outsource time-consuming jobs rather than a purchase that […]

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Join Us for ZFA’s Financial Bootcamp – Thursday, February 1, 2018

 Join Zuraw Financial Advisors Financial Boot Camp and learn how to be Financially fit in a fun, relaxed, open-minded atmosphere. Click Here for Tickets            

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G is for Getting You & Your Young Adult to Understand the Importance of a Power of Attorney

  As our children go off to college or move away from home to begin their new career, there is a list of preparations to complete before they start their journey. We want to make sure they’re off to a great start, but many fail to discuss the importance of having a durable power of […]

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G is for Getting the Stress out of your Holiday this Season

The holiday season should be joyful; filled with happy moments and festive memories. It should not cause us to dread its coming and send us into stress overload. But many of us let the demands of the season hurl us into a panic as we try to make our holiday merry, bright and oh so […]

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Thanksgiving Gratitude

Thanksgiving Gratitude

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to take a moment and consider the value and benefits of gratitude. Especially when today’s research suggests that individuals who feel gratitude experience greater happiness, as well as better physical and mental health. Gratitude is the simple act of appreciating what is valuable and meaningful in life. In order to […]

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WHAT IS STOPPING YOU FROM HAVING A BOARD FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

It does not matter what size your company is—the issues are always the same. Some critical questions to consider are: Do you have a growth strategy and how is it measured?  Do you know if your revenue, expenses, and margins are growing, stable or declining?  How leveraged is your balance sheet? Are you evaluating management […]

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