Secret 2 to Making Effective New Years Resolutions

Part 2 of 3

How are you doing with starting small on your New Year’s resolutions? Have you adjusted your list yet? Recalibrated any of your goals to start small? I love my new start small goal. My meditation practice is up to 14 minutes and climbing. Remember, small changes are easy changes. Life is meant to be a… Read More

The Best Gift from Gen 1 to Gen 2

The Goering Center

Goering Center NewsletterJanuary 15, 2015by: Mackey McNeill He is 62, the first generation. She is 40, the second generation. They are ready to make the transition from Gen 1 to Gen 2. While the challenges are many, varied and complex, the financial issues that arise in this transfer of wealth provide an underpinning of success… Read More

The Three Secrets to Making Effective New Years Resolutions

Part 1 of 3

For years I made sweeping New Years resolutions. Losing weight was always on the top of list. The rest of the list consisted of a variety of things I wanted to change in my life. The items on the list were bound together like a sailors knot by the “should” word. My resolutions provided an… Read More

Do you really own a business?

Or does it own you?

As business owners, it is so easy to let the business become your life. So much to do, so little time. At least that is what we tell ourselves. For life to be worthwhile, it needs balance, and most business owners I meet have precious little of that in their lives. I think we have… Read More

Creating a Board of Advisors – The First Meeting

Part 6 of 6

This is the sixth & final in a series of blogs posts about my personal journey to putting a Board of Advisors together. To view all blog posts on our Board of Advisors please click here.  Ready, set go!  Everyone arrived on time and we had a great dinner at my home.  The caterers made life… Read More

Creating a Board of Advisors – Preparing for the First Meeting

Part 5 of 6

This is the fifth in a series of blogs posts about my personal journey to putting a Board of Advisors together. To view all blog posts on our Board of Advisors please click here.  I knew that if I expected my Board to be prepared, I had to be prepared.   I set a date for getting… Read More

Creating a Board of Advisors – The Interviews

Part 4 of 6

This is the fourth in a series of blogs posts about my personal journey to putting a Board of Advisors together. To view all blog posts on our Board of Advisors please click here. With my skills sets in hand, my Aileron consultant began sending me resumes for potential candidates. I was getting more excited, and… Read More