During the first quarter of 2019, I’ve decided to completely shift my attention to Behavioral Finance. The only problem: I was flat out tired. Because I’ve been doing this for almost a decade, I feel burned out, often stressed and pressured on the rigorous routine of marketing and prospecting for new clients. I am legitimately

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In the years before children subdued themselves to iPhones, Playstations, and the internet, there were three definitions of playing: an outdoor sport, an 8-bit family computer, and good ole’ board games. Summers were the best time to play board games especially for us scrawny little nerds. The sweltering heat made it difficult to kick or

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