Practicing Gratitude

It’s always a good time to step back and think about everything you are grateful for today. From family to your health, to a fulfilling career, most Americans have a lot to be thankful for indeed. We can also be thankful for the hearty debate that surrounds our democratic processes. Ok, well that last one was a long shot!

But did you know that practicing gratitude can also be good for your financial strategy? Gratitude encourages patience—and, thus, a more forward-focused outlook when it comes to your money. That can lead to wise financial decisions.

"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."   - John F. Kennedy

Success in all your efforts,


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John R. Kinkead

Vice President of Wealth Advisement