Yes you read the title of this post correctly, it’s regarding the reason your New Years Resolution will fail. Confused? Wondering why someone who writes about the keys to living a successful life is talking about failing with resolutions?
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9 More 2009 Predictions

by Neil on January 8, 2009

Today we have a final round of predictions for 2009. Unlike the previous round this set won’t focus on financial matters, rather I’ll rattle off some personal growth predictions. I hope you enjoy them and will give them appropriate consideration.
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14 Financial Predictions For 2009

by Neil on January 5, 2009

The New Year is upon us and it was great to see the major North American Stock Exchanges have positive returns on the first day of trading. Perhaps a sign of things to come.

As it is a New Year there are resolutions and predictions to be made. While I normally stay away from these things I thought it would be fun to put together a list of Financial Predictions. Should you follow the intention of these Predictions you will find yourself in a better financial situation at years end than you started! That is my prediction.

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The New Year is here and with it comes all your hopes, dreams, and weight loss resolutions. 

As I mentioned on Tuesday’s post, I’ve tapped Tom Venuto from Burn The Fat to provide his predictions for the New Year.

I hope you enjoy the article and find it as inspiring as I do.
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How An Entire Year Could Go By With No Results

by Neil on December 30, 2008

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As the year wraps up and we look back on our accomplishments and old resolutions, invariably we find that our goal of loosing a few pounds didn’t work out for us.

This revelation can be frustrating and extremely discouraging. To shed some light on the issue I’ve tapped my affiliate partner Tom Venuto from Burn The Fat to explain how going another year with no results can be avoided.

Be sure to read on Friday when I’ll provide another great article by Tom where he predicts your fitness future!
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Merry Christmas

by Neil on December 24, 2008

Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas, may the joy of the season be apparent in all our lives!

Family Meals

by Neil on December 22, 2008

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Christmas is upon us and with it comes all those family meals that we love so much. With that of course comes the danger of over eating, though perhaps you just wear your comfy pants or undo your pant button.

The Christmas season is the one time of year when I’m very aware of all the extra goodies that I’m eating. However, it’s also the time of year that I worry about it the least. The last thing I want to be doing is counting calories during a turkey dinner!
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A Time For Reflection

by Neil on December 19, 2008

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As I write this the snow is pouring down. There’s a winter storm watch on as we’re expected to get 30 – 50 cm of the wonderful white stuff!

I love Winter for this reason. There is something magical about everything being coated in a blanket of white.

For me time seems to slow down and I find myself taking a moment to reflect.
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Boring Is Beautiful

by Neil on December 15, 2008

Iwas chatting with a colleague the other day about retirement planning and pension options. Given all the market turbulence these days it’s a conversation that we’ve been having frequently.
During the course of our conversation my colleague made the following statement:

“You’re pension should be boring.”

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7 Tips On Selecting An Investment Professional

by Neil on December 11, 2008

So you’ve decided to take the plunge and get back into the market. However, you know you don’t have the time or experience to research everything on your own. You know you need to work with an Investment Advisor; you’re just not sure if you can trust them.

You wonder if they’re looking after their best interests before your own. You want to know that they are accessible to you. Most importantly you want to know you can trust them.

If these questions are running through your mind, read further and hopefully your questions will be answered.

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