Monthly Archives: December 2015

It’s Yours to Create – A Fairy Tree Tale

What I love about this Fairy Tree is how it got its start. It wasn’t always the star of the forest. In the 15 years or so that I’ve been walking along its popular path I hadn’t really paid it much attention. It just blended in with the other trees. Then one December day that all changed. Someone had come along and placed a single ornament on its branches. Soon, others were added. Within a week it had become a beautifully decorated tree. When I brought my kids to add their own homemade ornaments, they thought the tree must be
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Can A Company ‘Be Genuine’?

I’ve been madly preparing for a three-day intensive workshop I’m attending later this week in Atlanta on a subject I’ve long had on my ‘stretch goal’ list — Investing. And while I initially planned to write a blog on how to start and reach a stretch goal, I’ve decided to dig in a bit more and share what I’m learning related to investing in companies. Phil Town, Investment guru and author of the New York Times bestseller Rule #1, is hosting the workshop and is essentially responsible for kick starting my stretch goal. I saw him speak at a conference
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