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Jack Singer
Author, Speaker, Pyschologist
Author, Speaker, Pyschologist
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Getting to know Lillian Cauldwell today was a highlight of my week. Her passion for the welfare of all those needing to understand finances, especially women, is contagious and speaks to her devotion and commitment to her audience.

I was thrilled to see CUNA MUTUAL's list of the world's most ethical companies. As a former keynoter for CUNA MUTUAL, I know that they represent the highest in ethics and clients services. Congrats!

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How Advisors Can Avoid Fear of Failure

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#FinancialAdvisors Recognize Distorted Thinking Habits

Recently I discussed the foundation of all stress, mood and attitude issues is your “Internal Critic,” that little voice in your head that you listen to hundreds of times each day. Sadly, most of us allow negative, self-defeating, distorted thoughts to interfere with our work every day—unless we become aware of our thinking habits and take charge of them.

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#FinancialAdvisors: "4 Steps to Reduce Stress" by Dr. Jack Singer.

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"5 Prescriptions to Prevent ‘Hardening of the Attitudes’ Among Employees" by Dr. Jack Singer on LinkedIn.

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There’s a prevalent attitude among entrepreneurs that the business, whatever that business is, comes first. It is the high priority that trumps everything else, including family, friends and especially health. Don't become an avoidable statistic.

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April is #FinancialLiteracyMonth.Try these money management tips with your kids to promote financial literacy.

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Just Say NO to Work-at-Home Stress

Working from home is sort of like Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities – it can be the best of times, and it can be the worst of times. At the best of times, being a work-at-home professional is empowering, liberating, profitable, and stressful. At the worst of times, working at home is anxiety-ridden, stifling, and stressful. Notice a common denominator?
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