If “failure is a part of life”, why do we try so hard to hide it? On this week’s episode, special guest Jay Messner shares his success story, or rather his failure story, that gave way to success. By owning your failures and sharing your humanity, you can find peace in defeat and truly appreciate the wins when they come.
We’ve all met people who are wonderfully optimistic as well as those that are deeply pessimistic. In this episode of The Rich Life Podcast, James Lenhoff talks to us about how counterproductive pessimism is and the rewards of being an optimist.
Approximately 20 percent of adults are impacted by mental illness. If you, or someone you know, is struggling with their mental health, you may find financial health suffers as well.
Special guest Cody Hanson, Licensed Professional Counselor and Co-Founder of Rivertown Wellness, joins James on the podcast!
In this week’s episode, James chats with Kurt Kersey about the importance of leadership in the workplace and bridging the
There’s no such thing as a wrong decision. Elisabeth Galperin joins James this week to share her wisdom on finding momentum to take care of business in your daily and professional lives so that you can detox yourself from all that procrastination clutter.
If you have good financial habits, you probably also have one (or a few) financial weaknesses. On their own, these weaknesses aren’t detrimental to your financial plan, but they create unstable conditions for retirement over time.
High-Income Earners May Have Trouble Saving For Retirement: Your Guide to Overcoming Some Surprising Roadblocks
You probably know the fundamentals of saving for retirement, but it’s not always as simple as you want it to be. If you’re a high-income earner with limited options, it can make achieving your retirement goals a bit of a challenge.
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