Do You Need A Victory Lap Coach

I was reading an article on CNBC entitled “Advisory firms turn to life coaches, psychologists” by Deborah Nason. It talked about Financial Advisors getting more questions from clients that are more about lifestyle, work life balance, family, etc., which is outside of their financial expertise. In an effort to support their clients, financial professionals are developing relationships with other professionals, such as social workers, psychologists, life coaches and counsellors, in order to have a referral source for their clients.  This begs the question “Do you need a coach to help you with your Victory Lap?” Continue reading “Do You Need A Victory Lap Coach”

101 Awesome Things #7-Find Your Tribe

Each year many of us make some New Year’s resolutions and sign up for a new gym membership at one of those fancy clubs. We all want to get fit, or lose some weight, and start eating healthy. But the truth is it’s hard getting exercise by going for a swim at the community pool, hitting the roads for a run  or visiting the gym when it is 20 below outside.  To avoid being one of those people who by February has already fallen off the resolution wagon, I have minimized the risk of quitting, by going out and finding a “tribe” that has my same focus, values and goals. Continue reading “101 Awesome Things #7-Find Your Tribe”

101 Awesome Things #6- Do a throwback vacation with your family!

We have a guest contributor this week Simon Chan. We met Simon early in 2017, just after Simon started his own Victory Lap leaving the corporate world and starting his own consulting business – BAL Consulting. He has become a wonderful friend, advisor and all around good guy! Take it away Simon… Continue reading “101 Awesome Things #6- Do a throwback vacation with your family!”