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What Does the Wall Street Journal Teach Us About Joy?–Part III

Not much.
But when you are stuck on an airplane late on a Saturday night, even the WSJ, as it’s called, can teach. The weekend edition (January 13-14, 2018) still contains the “Market Digest.”
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What Does the Wall Street Journal Teach Us About Joy?–Part II

Nothing, I suspect. Some call the publication the WSJ for short. Many look to it for insightful business reporting. For me, it was a companion on my delayed flight home. And then I saw the headlines. Well, actually, it was William Rempel in the weekend edition (January 13-14, 2018) calling out to  »  Read More

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Make Your Estate Documents a Meaningful Statement to Your Children

Let’s face it. Most people really don’t like estate planning. Even worse, the estate documents that get written are in the cold firsthand of a lawyer. And if the estate is complex, the documents are a hopeless nightmare of legalese. But there’s a better way. Make  »  Read More

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