Be Mindful of Your Financial World
Prepare yourself for Wealthfulness by removing the mental roadblocks that are standing between you and your goals. Get ready for the changes you want to see in your life.
Understand markets, make better financial decisions, choose happiness, and act on your financial goals.
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While most financial planners bury their clients in graphs, numbers and fin-tech gibberish, Lance Alston has provided readers with an easily understood map of what a Buddhist might call “Right Money.” It couldn't come at a better time.
Scott Burns, Nationally Syndicated Financial Columnist
Lance Alston takes a bold step with Wealthfulness, pitting research and data against the prevailing bad behavior of Wall Street. I wish everyone would read this and use it as a prescription for long-lasting financial health and happiness.
Amy Rogers, MD, Writer and Podcaster
Consider why you own stocks—is it because the evidence tells you that stocks are the wise investment on the way to Wealthfulness? Or is it because that’s what the big banks say you should do? You can choose a better way to invest by following the evidence and working with the markets instead of trying to outsmart them.
Wealthfulness sounds good, but how to make it happen? To start with, goal-setting actually works, so decide where you want to go. Then put systems in place to help you get there. Setting up nudges to help you take the necessary steps and and using quality information to create feedback loops will make achieving your goals easier than you think.
Lance Alston, CFP® is the Founder and President of New Dimensions Wealth Management, LLC. He holds a Master’s in Economics from George Mason University and a Bachelor’s from The University of Texas at Austin. As the co-host of a personal finance podcast (2005-2008) he interviewed a wide range of guests from the areas of economics, finance and public policy. These guests have included best-selling authors; Nobel Laureates in Economics; and members of the Cabinet, Federal Reserve, and Congress.
Alston has personally helped more than 500 families create a customized financial plan for their future during his 19-year career. Those experiences have taught him a few important lessons – uncomplicated solutions are usually best, investing costs are very important, and money isn’t everything. In his free time he enjoys traveling with his two daughters, Claire and Olivia.