Author archive for Paul Woodruff

  • The Power Of Forgiveness

    Wouldn’t it be great if banks and collectors forgave our loans and obligations? If one day our debt, poor credit,…

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  • 12 Steps to Hope

    More free time. More space. More money. More friends. More joy. Who doesn’t want more? Hope can help add more…

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  • Money and Mirrors

    You will never fully understand the way you deal with money until you understand yourself. Throughout my years as a…

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  • A New Stadium, A New Opportunity

    Stadium financing is controversial. The idea of the public shouldering considerable financial burden to attract or retain a single owner…

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  • “Rightsizing” Your Relationship with Money: Seven Tips for Building a Better Relationship with Your Finances

    Have you ever thought about your relationship with money? Is it healthy, unhealthy, satisfying, frustrating, or rewarding? Maybe you think…

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  • Approaches to Becoming a Financially Fit Female

    There are a number of differences in the way that men and women manage personal finances. Ladies, let me tell…

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  • Striving for Balanced Living

    This September we return once again to our empowerMEnt series led by Shalia Ford, Community Volunteer. See our Classes & Events…

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  • 10 Benefits of Financial Coaching

      It’s Free!—No payment is required or requested for one-on-one Financial Coaching regardless of how many sessions you decide to…

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  • A small sacrifice today can impact your family for many years to come…

      Living more with less, living lean, or simple living is not necessarily an extreme action. It is not living…

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  • Five Things to do Before Applying for a Home Loan

    Before applying for a home loan… 1. Check your credit report. I recommend to all clients that they check their credit report…

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