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If you are seeking more clarity, comfort, and confidence regarding today's What's Next, these Webinars may help. Topics include – why modern economic history is unlikely to repeat itself, some “what is going on today” including Government and Federal Reserve interventions, considering V, U, L, and J shaped economic recovery scenarios and how you can apply this to your specific situation.
1. Frozen Bucket:
Waiting for change, hoping for the best, maybe?
2. Disoriented Bucket:
Afraid to do the wrong thing or what to do
Register for Taming Your Triggers withV, U, L. and J-shaped Scenarios
In addition to the above, this webinar also includes Animal Spirits, Stages of Grief, Outcome and Survivor Bias, Gamblers Fallacy, Cognitive Reflection Bias, and how to verify what information and who to build more trust. These topics are designed to help tame our triggers that block us from objective decision making.
3. Committed to being Pro-Active Bucket:
But don’t know what to do or concerned you are making the wrong bet
Register for The Great Lockdown – What’s Next?
In addition to the above, this webinar also includes some historical pandemic near misses, some historical economic direct hits, with minimal discussion on triggers, so you can get to it and get ready to define a plan of action – with comfort and confidence.
Scroll to ‘The Cocoon and the Butterfly’ story below.
Do YOU Want a Living Estate Plan?
February 19th Wednesday at 12-noon eastern time February 27th Thursday at 7:30 am eastern time
What is Meaningful Wealth?
February 18th Tuesday at 5:00 pm eastern time February 25th Tuesday at 12-noon eastern time
Impactful Gifting … with Your Wealth
February 19th Wednesday at 7:30 am eastern time February 25th Tuesday at 5:00 pm eastern time
Define Your Role using Your Wealth for Others
February 18th Tuesday at 12-noon eastern time February 27th Thursday at 5:00 pm eastern time
The Cocoon and the Butterfly
A man spent hours watching a butterfly struggling to emerge from its cocoon. It managed to make a small hole, but its body was too large to get through it. After a long struggle, it appeared to be exhausted and remained absolutely still.
The man decided to help the butterfly, and, with a pair of scissors, he cut open the cocoon, thus releasing the butterfly. However, the butterfly’s body was very small and wrinkled and its wings were all crumpled.
The man continued to watch, hoping that, at any moment, the butterfly would open its wings and fly away. Nothing happened; in fact, the butterfly spent the rest of its brief life dragging around its shrunken body and shriveled wings, incapable of flight.
What the man – out of kindness and his eagerness to help – had failed to understand was that the tight cocoon and the efforts that the butterfly had to make in order to squeeze out of that tiny hole were Nature’s way of training the butterfly and of strengthening its wings.
Sometimes, a little extra effort is precisely what prepares us for the next obstacle to be faced. Anyone who refuses to make that effort, or gets the wrong sort of help, is left unprepared to fight the next battle and never manages to fly off to their destiny.
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‘Strengthen the Wings’
Of the people you care about
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