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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Make Friends

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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Make Friends

This resolution we all learned at circle time in preschool--making friends. I will be the first to say that at that age it was as easy as trading a cracker for a cheese stick… But as you get older, it’s more important now to have a solid support system around you.

A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Read More

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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Read More

One resolution that is also very popular on people’s lists is creating time in the day to read more on subjects you enjoy, rather than are forced to read. Previously in this series we talked about the topic of exercise; what we do not always think to include is the act of exercising the brain.

A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Save Money

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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Save Money

When we think of resolutions, we often immediately think of how to better oneself; this stems from the mind to think about eating healthier, exercising more, and saving money. Ultimately all of those lifestyle changes refer back to living in the present. Saving money is often thought to solely benefit you in the coming future (or on the last drink at happy hour).

A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Exercise More

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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Exercise More

In our first article of the Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series, we talked about how your business should be eating better. While you’re not actually putting food into your business’ mouth, like with the human body it’s important that you’re fueling your business with the right nutrients to remain healthy. Today, we share some ideas on why you may want to embrace a workout plan for your business.

A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Eat Better

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A Banker’s Guide to Healthy Wealth Series – Eat Better

As 2018 becomes a thing of the past, becoming smaller and smaller in our rearview mirror, it’s still an excellent opportunity to look forward into 2019 and make sure that you’re on track to achieving your goals for the months ahead. Inevitably, whether at the coffee shop, the dinner table, or heck even articles like this; you’ve likely heard someone’s personal resolutions for the New Year. You know what I mean- eat healthier, exercise, lose 10 lbs, payoff a credit card or debt, save for a vacation, etc.

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