Monthly Archives: July 2011

Praxeology- Scale of Values

The break through happens with both spouses articulate to each other their scale of values. It is the key to a plan that represents the couple’s values. Continue reading

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Honest Tea Social Experiment (Chicago-Most Honest)

Would you still pay a dollar for Honest Tea if you could take it for free? On July 19, the company conducted an Honest Cities social experiment—it placed unmanned beverage kiosks in 12 American cities. Continue reading

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Time and Economics (and Planning)

I was listening to Rizzo’s lecture this morning and kept thinking about the individual planning industry and how Hayek’s work fits so well in articulating what the planner should be helping the client accomplish. Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Milton Friedman

Nick Gillespie of Reason.tv presents a wonderful tribute on Friedman’s birthday. Below is an episode of “Free to Choose”. Continue reading

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The Calling of Teaching and Your Profession

Do you know who makes the best financial advisor? The answer is quite simple: a person who has the spirit to teach. Continue reading

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A Visual of the United States’ Debt

Numbers can be deceiving because we cannot really comprehend the grandness of a number. Some clever person put together a nice graph to illustrate the United States’ debt. Continue reading

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Praxeology- Ends and Means

This video series is a wonderful introduction to my profession, personal financial planning. So basic is our desire to improve our lives and to create confidence, we often forget the simple truths. Continue reading

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