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Behavioral Finance

Balanced Budgets, Balanced Lives: A Guide to Financial Fulfillment

In an era where financial stability is often equated with numerical metrics, we must broaden our perspective to encompass a holistic view of financial well-being. This comprehensive approach marries your core values with emotional intelligence and life aspirations. This Woodson Wealth Management guide aims to unfold eight pivotal strategies that

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Financial Suicide: 10 Fatal Mistakes You Could Be Making Right Now

Alright, let’s talk about something we all love to avoid: money stuff. Yep, I’m talking about those financial responsibilities we tend to shove to the bottom of the to-do list. But here’s the thing: ignoring this stuff isn’t just procrastination; it’s like playing financial roulette with our future. From putting

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How to Set Financial Goals that Stick (2023 Version)

Are you already losing momentum with your 2023 financial resolutions? 😔 If you’re someone who makes goals every year, but doesn’t always achieve them, then this video is for you. To create a realistic financial goal, I use a few, simple steps that you can model. You can also check

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Do These 3 Things If You’re Worried About A Recession

Are you concerned now about how the bad news that’s out there will have an impact on the goals that you’ve set for yourself and your loved ones? One of the hardest parts of a recession is looking at the market and dealing with the market panics, the volatility that

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How to Set Your Financial Goals For 2022?

What are your financial goals for 2022? Are you like most of us and come up with some New Years resolutions that you never follow through on?  Or perhaps you’ve given up on those completely and now don’t set any goals. The idea of setting goals isn’t new and you

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Keeping a long-term focus in face of short-term challenges

As we start to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, and life shifts back toward “normal” for many, I have a lot of folks telling me they’re struggling with thinking about long-term planning. And that makes sense, since we’ve seen how quickly our long-term plans and goals can be turned upside

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