Entries by Marni

Maybe We Should Sweat The Small Stuff?

Coming off a whirlwind of a year in 2020, as we faced unprecedented circumstances, there were certainly a number of hard lessons learned as we sailed through unchartered territory. For many individuals, the biggest lesson was perhaps the realization that they simply were not prepared for the changes they now had to face. Although grudgingly […]

Navigating Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment, which varies by company but generally takes place in the Fall, can often be a stressful time as trying to make sense of your company’s benefits can seem like a daunting task. It is an important time however, as it allows you the opportunity to adjust your benefits based on any changes that have […]

How Not to Let Money Issues Come Between You and Your Partner

One of the most common sources of conflict in relationships is money. If you are lucky enough to have found someone who you are compatible with, the last thing you want to do is jeopardize the life you are trying to build together because conversations around money are getting in the way.  Discussions about finances […]

Change Your Lens, Change Your Story

Change your lens…change your story. Like putting a wide lens on a camera, choosing a different perspective can not only broaden our current perception of events but influence our behavior to produce more positive and long-lasting outcomes. We often let not only the history of our lives but the fear of the unknown control how […]

Update – Newly Passed CARES Act

We know many of our clients are working through dealing with the implications of Covid-19 on their businesses and day–to-day realities of managing work at a time like this. It is easy to succumb to the stress undoubtedly brought on by the uncertainty and unpredictability that current events present us with day by day – […]

How Cultivating GRIT Can Help You Achieve Your Financial Goals

By now you might have heard of the term grit and the author Angela Lee Duckworth.  In her book, “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance,” she explains how through her research on high achievers she discovered that more so than talent or IQ, the largest determining factor of success was if they had that […]