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Recent articles related to

Family

Your Family System — Open or Closed?

By Dr. Joanne Stern | 12/24/2015

A family system that is closed will be restrictive and negative, where as an open family system is one of joy and encouragement. Which do you cultivate?

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Think About This Christmas Morning

By Craig Ballantyne | 12/14/2015

Woo hoo! I have great news to brighten your already amazing Christmas season! It was a very special weekend here at Early To Rise. Every December we bring our business partners, family, and friends together to visit local Wal-Marts where we buy as many toys as possible to give to…

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What Are You Saying NO To?

By James Altucher | 12/10/2015

This is what I did to ruin my life. I had a policy: always say “yes” to opportunity. If you grab enough opportunities, I thought, then one would work out and be a winner. What does “a winner” mean? It might mean that the goddess, Oprah, would call me. Or that…

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Making Every Day Thanksgiving

By Robert Ringer | 11/26/2015

Here it is, Thanksgiving again. I love Thanksgiving because it brings back a lot of great childhood memories — turkey, giblet gravy, mashed potatoes, five or six desserts, the Packers and Lions doing battle on our black-and-white television set, snow flurries, the long weekend and, best of all, family. Most everyone loves the festive atmosphere…

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The Most Important Moment

By Alex Green | 11/20/2015

A marriage, a friendship, a close family relationship… All of our important relationships are built on countless moments, innumerable interactions that either build qualities of trust, joy, and respect – or undermine those qualities. Today I want to show you what is arguably the most important moment for building a…

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Preparing for the Death of a Parent

By Craig Ballantyne | 11/13/2015

Yesterday I asked my friend Randy if he wanted to attend my upcoming seminar. “Craig, I’d love to,” he said, “But my father has been in and out of the hospital recently, and I just can’t risk going away and missing out on the time he has left.” I know…

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Why You Should Fight For Your Family

By Dr. Joanne Stern | 09/25/2015

Anybody can lose their cool, blow up, and yell… But it takes skill to have a productive fight and come out the other end with a positive result. You need tools with which to argue so you don’t damage your relationship in the middle of a quarrel. Marilyn and Robert started to argue in…

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Relationship Goals: 5 Tips for High-Achieving Couples

By Dani Woodrum | 09/18/2015

We were both nearly in tears. What has happened to our relationship? How did we go from being in euphoria just a couple months ago to now questioning our love for each other? Where did things go wrong? We can’t go to a marriage counselor this early in our relationship.…

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Want to Make Lasting Memories? Put Down Your (Camera) Phone

By Carissa Alinat | 09/17/2015

Take a picture, it will last longer? I don’t think so. Not in your mind at least. Chances are that those precious memories have most likely relapsed from your memory and installed themselves onto that of your hard drive or fluttered away up into a “Cloud.” Dr. Linda Henkel, a…

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Are you giving Uncle Sam an interest-free loan? Why it may be time to adjust your W-4

By Early to Rise | 09/14/2015

If you find yourself strapped for cash during the year, yet you always receive a refund come tax time, it might be time to adjust your W-4 exemption. And with the holiday season right around the corner, who couldn’t use a little more cash in their pocket? As of February…

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MONEY’S Best Places to Live in America

By Early To Rise | 08/28/2015

msn money MONEY’S BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN AMERICA This year we rank the 50 best small cities in the country—places with great jobs, strong economies, affordable homes, excellent schools, and that special something that makes it a great place to live. Just ask the Wilson family of No. 1…

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5 Ways to Improve Your Children

By Dr. Joanne Stern | 08/14/2015

Last month, I shared with you five important ways you can nurture your children throughout their lives and help them feel good about themselves while also strengthening the family bonds. This month we will continue with five more nurturing acts that affect your children. Every morning Curt met his dad for coffee before they each went into…

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