Preparing for 2015
I will be out of the office beginning Wednesday, December 24th through the New Year.
What will I be doing?
I’m headed west to Granby, Colorado with my family for some much needed rest and relaxation. I plan to read, snowshoe and perhaps take in a trail ride (or two).
My goals for 2015 are BIG, and I can’t wait to share my ideas with you as we jump into the New Year. But first, I need to take some time and reflect on the gift of this past year.
I have scheduled blog posts to run while I am away. These will be pulled from the archives and they are some of the best ones we’ve had feedback on. I think you will enjoy them.
We will see you in 2015!
“The stock market is designed to transfer money from the active to the patient.” – Warren Buffett
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