IM 074: Staying Ahead and Always Finding a Way to Work | Wendy Glavin

A 20-year veteran of corporate, agency, consulting and small business ownership, Wendy Glavin of the Wendy Glavin Agency talks growth mindset, continued learning, and using technology to win in business and life.

IM 073: How You Can Be An Everyday Millionaire | Chris Hogan

National best-selling author, host of The Chris Hogan Show, and expert on wealth-building, Chris Hogan shares what he learned studying everyday millionaires. Learn the truth about what it takes to reach millionaire-status in America.

IM 072: The Good and Bad of Money From a Retired FBI Agent | Jerri Williams

Retired FBI special agent, Jerri Williams talks money and her unique perspectives gained from a career in economic fraud investigations where she studied the schemes con-artists and corrupt corporate and public officials used to steal other people’s money.

IM 071: 10 Inspired Money Tips for the New Year | Best of 2018

Let's close out 2018 strong: Listen to ten tips from the most popular Inspired Money episodes of 2018. Listen, get inspired, and set your big audacious goal for 2019.

Wall Street strategists bullish for 2019

This is one of my favorite posts to write every year as we get to look back on Wall Street predictions and see how they panned out. We have done this in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 so it is a tradition to see which strategists did well and which missed the mark.

Last year, the strategists predicted a bull market for 2018 with an average target of +6%, 2850, for the S&P 500. Those predictions looked pretty good heading into the fourth quarter, but after a sharp decline, all of them badly missed the mark as the S&P 500 suffered through a terrible stretch and hit a year to date low of 2346 on Christmas Eve. The best of the best was Citibank's Tobias Levkovich and UBS's Ben Laidler who both predicted a slightly down year. Now let's take a look at their thoughts on 2019...

Leadership tries to instill calm but instead sparks fear

Since the end of September, the market has been shaken by the China trade dispute, Fed rate hikes and a government shutdown. On October 31st, I wrote "Is the Fed triggering the next bear market?" and Runnymede began taking some risk off the table for client accounts. We believe this is prudent given that we are in the 2nd longest economic expansion in history. While economic data hasn't shown signs of a recession as of yet, growth has certainly slowed and the government has less ammunition with its ballooning budget deficit. With stock market risks rising, the current administration is looking for answers and trying to instill calm, but it has had the opposite effect.

IM 070: You've Got the Entrepreneurial Spirit Inside of You | Kevin Michael Geary

Entrepreneur and founder of Six-Figure Grind, Kevin Michael Geary talks side-hustles, entrepreneurship, and why you might consider launching an online lifestyle business.

IM 069: Live the Life You Want Instead of Chasing Someone Else’s Dream | Rachel Cruze

Best-selling author, speaker, and host of The Rachel Cruze Show, Rachel talks about making wise money decisions and using gratitude to resist comparing yourself against your friends' social media feeds.

IM 068: Inspired Living Everyday With a Disability | Win Charles

An inspiring journalist, author, podcaster, artist, and athlete, Win Charles has never let cerebral palsy define her or stop her from doing anything. She is a force!

3 tips to maximize your donations on #GivingTuesday

With the shopping frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we now turn to #GivingTuesday which is a day of charitable giving. Started back in 2012, this important day has been growing by leaps and bounds. In 2014, non-profits raised $45 million and that figure grew to over $300 million in 2017!!! Now that is some great impact. However, if you consider that online sales from Cyber Monday topped $7.9 billion, we still have a long way to go to catch up. Imagine the positive change, if those numbers were reversed.

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