Her warmth, non-judgmental nature, giving spirit and unwavering faith left an indelible impression on those fortunate enough to have known her. I lived with her for a while after I finished college, and we were extremely close. She often advised me to do what was in my heart and encouraged me to share what I…Read More The Inspiration: Rose Mosley
Have you heard the story about a dog that lived on a leash so he couldn’t roam more than a nine-foot circle? That was the pet’s reality. The grass, the bugs, the things he saw all made up that small world. One day someone came along and cut his leash, making him… Have you heard…Read More Go After Your Wildest Dreams —Six Things You Can Do Today
In my over two decades of managing money, I have noticed parallels between key money management principles and life management strategies. As a bond manager, an angel investor and now treasurer of a tech venture capital group, I have seen my fair share of economic, security and corporate implosions. Experienced investors know that crisis is…Read More Live Like You’re Dying, Maximizing Risk-Adjusted Returns
As an experienced investor, I know that financial crises and cycles are inevitable; I just don’t know when or how they will unfold. The same is true in life. In the recesses of our minds, we all know we will die — we just don’t know how or when death will beckon us or our…Read More What Will Be the Soundtrack to Your Life?
Since moms in many families work at balancing the family budget and overseeing the household finances, Val Mosley gives four great tips on how to stretch those dollars as much as possible while staying within a budget and helping build your community. Tip number one: Val talks about the wisdom of buying online whenever possible…Read More How to Stretch Your Dollar