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Steady Plodding Brings Prosperity - By Jerry Black

“…And hasty speculation brings poverty.” Ever heard this before? It’s a Proverb. Proverbs 21:5 to be exact. That’s one translation of the Proverb. Another says: “Good planning and hard work lead to prosperity, but hasty shortcuts lead to poverty.” Guilty – how about you?

Avoid the Consumptive Lifestyle - By Abby Smith

Once in a while a Scripture will strike me in a way that captures my attention. We have recently been challenged to memorize the 10 Transcendent Principles for Wise Counsel for our Clients and the supporting Scripture. In this exercise, one particular passage has stood out for me: “Those who love money will never have enough.

God Owns It, God Controls It and God Provides It - By Peter Geckeler

The first transcendent principle at Legacy Planning Group is “Understanding God owns, controls and provides it all.”

This is a radical statement. Do you believe it to be true?

Tool, Test, Testimony - By Jerry Black

Have you ever thought about money this way before? I have been studying money and matters of money for a very long time now. I became somewhat enamored about it when at age 11 my grandfather handed me a silver dollar. Its history is extremely interesting to me. How it affects people is even more interesting to me. What people believe about it is profoundly interesting to me.

Transcendent Principles - By Jerry Black

Words have meaning. Have you thought about transcendent principles lately? Are you rightly applying them? How about the Law of Non-Contradiction? It too is a principle. The law of non-contradiction states that two things cannot be both true and false at the same time and in the same sense. Think about that for a while.

Unique or Equal - By Jerry Black

Ever had a child or grandchild say “Well, that’s not fair!”? We’ve all probably heard a lot of adults say this too. It’s almost like its hardwired into our thinking.

The Transfer Decision - By Jerry Black

Unless we’ve been successful at spending it all before we die, we will be transferring our property and possessions to somebody else. The Question: Has the right person and people been chosen, and more importantly, properly prepared? A lot can and has been written on this subject for good reason.

3 Key Questions – How do you Maximize the Impact of Wealth?

Last blog we continued to cover the 3 key long-term questions you should ask yourself when it comes to your wealth:

1. How much is enough for you?
2. How much is enough for your heirs?
3. What do you do with what’s left over?

The Influence of Intentionality

Intentionality is also known as “being deliberate.” To some, being deliberate happens naturally, whereas for others it might be more of an (for a lack of better words) intentional effort. Believe it or not, whether it comes naturally or has to be a more focused effort, I would argue it is seldom an intentional effort. What do I mean by this?

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