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kim curtis identity interview

Identity Conversation with Hugh – Facilitator of Difficult Life Conversations

Have you ever wondered why smart people make bad investment mistakes? Or how can you work towards reaching financial independence?

In this identity interview, Hugh sits down with Kim Curtis. She is a personal finance expert, author of “Money Secrets” and Founder and CEO of The Wealth Legacy Institute, Inc.

With her rich background in negotiation and mediation, as well as legal and extensive financial education, she offers successful individuals and families a multi-disciplined approach to wealth management, investment management, and family dynamics.

Kim Curtis has been using our Wealth Mentoring Package. With 93.6% wealth management being about behavioral management, Kim has succeeded in leveraging the power of behavioral insights to facilitate life conversations with her clients. If you’re interested to learn more, start our 14-day free trial and see for yourself.

The Finish Line

None of us are so talented that we dont need help. Maybe thats why the below video tugs on me so. Click to watch.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/highschool-prep-rally/ohio-runner-stops-state-final-aid-fallen-opponent-100722161.html

Its interesting to note a few things. Both runners are in shape, both have run this track probably hundreds of times, yet it wasnt enough. At the moment of completion it took a fellow competitor, a colleague in the suffering that is training, someone who understood what it took to make it over the finish line to provide that extra lift.

In my business, I see clients whove done all the right things, put in the time, the blood, sweat and tears to build a business ? but just need that little piece at the very end to cross the finish line of financial independence. Bravo to you Meghan Vogel from West Liberty-Salem (Ohio) High School. Character is so rare that when you see it, you cant help but smile.

Read more from Rusty Holcombe on the Holcombe Financial Blog.