Gratitude Makes It All Worth It

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Offered by: Colorado Karate Club It was around November of 1986 and my Karate Teacher (Sensei Luis Chiock) had just returned from coaching the Peruvian National Team at the World Karate Championship in Sidney, Australia. I remember him wearing the Peruvian emblem on the left chest of his Karate uniform, and I was so inspired… Read more »

Beyond Retirement: Consider Your Other Goals

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Offered by: T. Lloyd Worth When it comes to financial stability, people tend to focus on paying off debt and saving for retirement. In reality, many other financial goals beckon to individuals during their lifetime. Because of this, it’s important to look beyond retirement when setting targets, no matter how old you are. Identify Future… Read more »

Thankful. Grateful. Blessed.

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Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty It’s really hard to believe that Thanksgiving is looming near. But it is – it’s also a reminder that time is fleeting and that I’m very blessed and grateful to live in a great community, surrounded by loving family, amazing friends, and so many wonderful clients. November is also… Read more »

You Don’t have to be Afraid of Change

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Offered by: Jennifer Bell – Bell Benefits, LLC The Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) is in full swing. This is the time of the year when you can take the opportunity to shop around for Medicare plans that might suit you better for next year. AEP runs until December 7 so if you haven’t had a… Read more »

Invisalign for Kids

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Offered by: Trinity Orthodontics The American Dental Association recommends that kids begin seeing an orthodontist at age 7. An orthodontist can diagnose and treat developing bite or overcrowding issues with an early phase of treatment to pave the way for the permanent teeth to emerge. Traditionally, orthodontists and some dentists have used bulky appliances followed… Read more »

Count Your Blessings

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Offered by: Brighton Clinic of Chiropractic A quote that I’ve heard over the years attributed to Alphonse Karr goes something like this: “Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns; I am thankful that thorns have roses.” I’m not a gardener, but I’ve had roses in my yard over the years and discovered that… Read more »

Don’t Sell It Yourself

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Offered by: Scott and Lora Nordby, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServicesInnovative Real Estate There are pros and cons to doing anything yourself. You weigh factors such as your expertise, the enjoyment of doing a certain task, and the cost savings of doing it yourself (DIY) vs. hiring a professional. But when it comes to selling a home… Read more »

Changes In The World Of Hearing Aids

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Offered by: John Wilson, B.S., BC-HIS – Blue Ribbon Hearing & Tinnitus Center Earlier this week I spoke to a colleague who recently retired after a long, multi-decade career in the hearing aid industry. She shared with me how the last two years were the most successful of her career. When I asked why, she… Read more »

The Thinning of the Veil

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Time for Divination and Connecting with your Ancestors Offered by: Wellyssa’s Well Our ancestors have powerful influence in our lives, sometimes positive, sometimes negative. Ancestry effects our lives in many ways: the color of our eyes and skin, the way we walk, those seemingly innate or inborn talents that manifest themselves with little or no… Read more »