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It’s safe to say that just about all of us wants to enjoy a great quality of life and be happy. That’s why I’m pleased to deliver this Whistle Stop Report, It’s Time to Get Serious About Your Happiness. It provides a practical three-step process that can help most anyone can use to become happier—something we can all use these days.

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As a successful person, you know the important role negotiations can play in your business, your job or your everyday life. That’s why I’m happy to bring you this Whistle Stop Report, Savvy Negotiating: To Get the Moon, Ask for the Stars. It sets out a commonsense approach to negotiating that can help you get the results you want and, perhaps just as important, leave everyone feeling good about the outcome.

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We are happy to bring you this Whistle Stop Report, Five Big Mistakes Executors Make—and How to Avoid Them. We all know that being named the executor of a family member’s (or other loved one’s) estate is, in many ways, an honor. But it’s also a major responsibility that can quickly become a burden if you are not set up to do your job properly.

Should you ever have to carry out the duties of an executor,

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We’re happy to bring you this Whistle Stop Report, The Super Rich Stress Test Their Financial Plans—and So Should You! As the report describes, ultra-wealthy individuals and families often “stress test” their financial plans to help make sure the plans will deliver as intended. It’s not unusual for stress tests to uncover flaws in the financial plans as well as better ways to achieve desired outcomes.

As you’ll see,

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We are happy to bring you this Whistle Stop Report, Want to Promote Family Entrepreneurship? Consider a Family Bank. In it, you’ll find out how family banks are being used by the wealthy to instill financial accountability in their heirs while at the same time funding family entrepreneurial ventures.

While family banks are often used by very wealthy families to educate heirs and support their own businesses,

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For most of us, family is everything. But we sometimes get so focused on taking care of our families right now—education, health care, saving for college and the like—that we pay less attention to making sure our assets are positioned to help the people we love after we’re gone. Even if you have done some estate planning, it’s very possible that, given changing tax laws, it’s out of date.

This Whistle Stop Report covers two main areas of estate planning that can help get you on track: Wills and Trusts.

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In early 2009, an anonymous programmer or a group of programmers under the alias Satoshi Nakamoto introduced Bitcoin. It was the first “cryptocurrency”, so named because it used “cryptography” to secure and verify transaction as well as to control the creation of new coins.

In this Whistle Stop Report: Is it Time for Your First Cryptocurrency Investment? we’ve leaned on John Sarson and his team at Sarson Funds to help us understand crypto currency and whether or not it’s a viable investment.

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Did you know that there are nine high-net-worth personality types? These are unique sets of attitudes about money, wealth and why we make the financial decisions we do. You yourself may fall into one of the nine high-net-worth personality categories.

As you’ll see in this Whistle Stop Report, What’s Your High-Net-Worth Personality?, high-net-worth psychology is all about the “how” and “why” behind our attitudes and decisions about money—what we care most about,

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More than likely, you already make regular and sizable charitable contributions to the causes and organizations you care about most. But have you thought about getting your family—especially your children—involved in philanthropy?

As you’ll read in this Whistle Stop Report Five Reasons to Make Philanthropy a Family Affair philanthropy can be about much more than just donating your money. It can also be a vehicle for imparting values,

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