Archive for April 2019

Joe Casey’s ‘Fast Track’ Process

The Kentucky Derby is the longest continually held sporting event in America, with the first race taking place in 1875. Over the previous 142 races, rain has fallen on race day 66 times. The conditions of the track are crucial to a race. And in 2017, poor weather conditions caused mayhem for the Kentucky Derby at…

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Like Walmart & Amazon…

In 1950, Sam and Helen Walton moved to Bentonville, Arkansas where Sam opened “Walton’s 5&10” on the downtown square. Inspired by the early success of his dime store, and driven to bring even greater opportunity and value to his customers, Sam opened the first Walmart in 1962 at the age of 44 in Rogers, Arkansas.…

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What Makes A Good Navigator? By definition, a navigator is a person who practices or is skilled in, navigation, as in ships or aircraft.[1] Ferdinand Magellan was a Portuguese explorer and navigator who organized the Spanish expedition to the East Indies from 1519 to 1522, resulting in the first circumnavigation of the Earth. Born into a…

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Have You Made Choices Based Upon What Is Right For You?

If you have a financial advisor, or are in the process of selecting one, ask these questions to be sure you’re getting all the information you need to determine if that advisor is a good fit for you. Remember, not everyone has your best interests at heart. It’s up to you to make informed decisions…

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