We can at least help Coloradans become financially independent and self-reliant in retirement by framing the issue with some simple arithmetic and a very handy rule of thumb.
The eclipse united the country. It gave hope. It allowed us to pause, see things we don’t typically see, reawaken our spirit and find friendship. Here is an example of good news.
While a thorough assessment of an estate plan is encouraged annually, these eight items should be kept top of mind when considering if it’s time for a refresh.
Dr. Lauren Casteel, CEO of the Women's Foundation of Colorado, interviewed the first black first lady in the United States, and spoke passionately with the mantra: "Know the best is yet to come."
Life is a series of choices and events, and choices about those events, and choices about what to do about those events, and so on. Each choice leads to another. You see, we don't always choose what may happen to us in life, but when we are presented with the gift of Choice, we rarely see it as a gift.
Assisted Living provides residents with as much independence as they want, with the knowledge that personal care and support is readily available. It is often viewed as the “best of both worlds” in senior living.
You have the ability to overcome any perceived challenge if you choose to remember. Once upon a time you had an courageous desire to try new things.
There’s no perfect approach to finding and landing a job. It’s a complicated process, even with all the ‘do and don’t’ advice columns in the world.
Don't waste your time poring over listing after listing. Here are six ways you should be utilizing job boards.
It is in the power of the pause that we regain our ability to discern the flow of meaning that takes place within our conversations.
Meetings without objectives, activity lacking an overarching strategy, investment minus a desired rate of return, hiring without a clear criteria, expensive training programs absent success measurement, annual meetings with no clear objectives — those are all just Sunday drives.
Rockies fans aren’t purely passive bystanders here. Economic success in professional sports often translates to bigger player payrolls.