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Money matters can be the biggest obstacle to making that decision to get married, expecially when one partner, generally the man, is either chronically unemployed or severely underemployed. Many men feel the frustration of not being able to measure up to a woman's financial requirements when it comes to being a spouse. Money often represents power and control. Men may hesitate to marry a woman who makes more money than them out of fear that the woman will treat them with disrespect. Some women with children from previous relationships seek men to rescue them from their financial hardship, causing men to shy away from what they perceive as a burdon to heavy to bear. Other women who may be unemployed hesitate to be totally financially dependent upon a man out of fear of abuse or abandonment Is financial hardship stopping you from getting married? What can you do to work it out?
On March 4, my guest will be Noal Goldfarb from National Financial Network, LLC. He advises individuals, families and businesses on how to obtain financial balance by challenging conventional wisdom. He helps people who are very busy with their careers and personal lives organize their financial lives. Noal educates his clients on how to build comprehensive holistic uncommon financial strategies with the goal that they are better protected from loss entering their balance sheet.
Noal ‘s career in finance began over 25 years ago after earning a BS in Finance and Information Systems from the State University of New York at Buffalo. While managing an international equity portfolio at Mackay Shields, he earned his MS in Investment Management at Pace University and shortly thereafter obtained his Chartered Financial Analyst designation from the Association of Investment Management and Research. He is currently on schedule to add a new designation to his credit, The RICP, Retirement Income Certified Professional, offered by the American College. As a financial professional with 10 years of experience, he has skills in investment management along with a sound philosophy of building a strong foundation of protection and dedicated himself to helping his clients understand how the macro-economic strategies he created helps them eliminate the 5 major risks that face them in life and retirement: Longevity Risk, Inflation Risk, Market Risk, Sequence of Return Risks, and Taxes.
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On this special episode of Magnificent Time, host Cloris Kylie interviews CFP and renowned author Louis Barajas. If you feel overworked, overwhelmed and underpaid, Louis has an answer. You will be introduced to a four-step process to develop the self-confidence to not only build wealth but also live the life of your dreams.
More about Louis:
Louis Barajas defies the traditional concept of financial and business expert. Louis connects with people through their hearts, their dreams, and the often-difficult realities of their lives. He’s not just about numbers.
A Certified Financial Planner, Louis is the author of 5 books: Small Business Big Life for Women; My Street Money; The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness; Small Business – Big Life; and Overworked Overwhelmed and Underpaid.
Louis was named as one of the Top 100 Financial Advisors by Mutual Funds Magazine. Money Magazine also named Louis as one of America’s Top Advisors. He was also chosen by People en Español as a person making a difference in the lives of Americans. He has been featured in regional and national publications such as USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, People en Español, Hispanic Business, and Senior Market Advisor. He has provided his financial and business insights to national news programs such as CBS Sunday Morning, CNN’s Your Money, CNBC, The Willis Report on Fox Business News, Aqui Y Ahora on Univision, ABC News, and National Public Radio’s Tell Me More.
Connect with Louis at http://louisbarajasmsm.com
Visit Cloris’s Site: http://www.cloriskylie.com
The Attitude Of Wealth
What is the Problem?
We are funding our own destruction and literally making the ones behind our destruction wealthy and powerful. "Spookism" in my opinion is the major factor in our inability to recognize cause and effect, whether financial or anything else. Our show deals with cause and effect, solutions, methods, numbers, examples and timelines.
Why is there a need for the show, with all the other shows already out?
-The need is for examples of execution and follow up.
- The need is to "start" establishing ground work
What will the show provide (content)?
-Discussing the framework of issue and breaking down financial cause and effect
-Go beyond the emotions (pain or excitement) of an issue and use reasoning to find solutions of opportunities
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Today's Show: Taking a Break
If you feel like you’re walking in the wilderness and keep running into the same situation again and again, conventional wisdom says, ‘stop’. But, don’t’ keep doing whatever it is that’s causing the repeat situation. And, if you don’t actually know what’s causing the situation then the tendency is to keep rethinking the problem.This means you’re essentially trying to solve a situation with the same level of thinking that has kept you running around in the wilderness.
Romans 12:2 tells us to, “not be conformed to this world , but be transformed by therenewal of your mind ..."
In finance, renewing your mind doesn’t mean applying willpower to stop spending or to save more. It also doesn’t mean finding some secret strategy or get rich program. Renewing your mind financially means a complete change in thinking – it means a new view of money and a whole new attitude towards earning, spending, giving, investing, managing, and maintaining wealth.
This week we'll discuss why and how to begin to make this shift.Then, I’m going off air for a while because the wilderness for me has repeatedly found me taking on tasks that aren't manageable, scalable or sustainable. I pray you'll stay connected though as we prepare for the Lord to make a dramatic shift in thie area!
Tamara Nall, CEO, The Leading Niche
The Leading Niche helps commercial and government customers that struggle with budget and service issues, so that they can maximize benefit to their stakeholders.
With over 17 years of consulting and business experience, Tamara L. Nall is the President and CEO of The Leading Niche. TLN is a global management consulting firm that offers regulatory compliance, data analytics and IT consulting. With a domestic and international client portfolio, the Firm specializes in financial services, healthcare and defense. TLN prides itself on offering top-tier consulting services to clients while taking into consideration the nuisances of cultural and regional dynamics.
What does it mean for a woman who is attracted to men to not need no man? Is it about financial independence? Self sufficiency? Sexual Frigidity? Something else? Is not needing a man a defense mechanism? If so, as a defense to what?
Why does it seem like not needing a man is more of a Black woman thing? Do Black women wear the independence from male companionship badge more than women of other races and/or ethnic backgrounds? Why would this be if it is the case? Do women of other races need men in their lives more than Black women do? Is there something else at work or does it just seem that way?
What about intimacy? What do women that say that they don't need no man do about intimacy? Isn't intimacy important for all people?
Is needing a man seen as a weakness by some women? Is needing someone a weakness?
Does the absence of an influential male in the home growing up have anything to do with any of this?
Is there a big difference between needing someone and wanting someone?
Why don't you hear very many men claiming to not need women? Why the imbalance?
There's more to this. Much, much more. Don't miss this episode. It's gonna be too much!
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What does it mean to be double minded? How does double mindness affect me as a Christian? Join us in our discussion to learn the truth about being double minded and how to get free from its affects. To learn more about this ministry or to sow a financial seed of support visit our website at kogwoc.org
David Nilssen, Co-Founder & CEO, Guidant Financial: A serial entrepreneur, David has launched a number of companies over the last 15 years and talks about how to get the right financing for your small business.
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Lee Odess of Brivo tells why small businesses need physical security.
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