Category Archives for "Behavioral Economics & Wellness"

Sep 27

The Most Important Thing

Howard Marks is the Co-Chairman of Oaktree Capital Management a leading global investment management firm.  Mr. Marks is regarded as a leader within the investment management industry.  His breadth of knowledge is often highlighted within his memos that are published on a regular basis and his book, The Most Important Thing. Mr. Marks and I […]

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Sep 20

Optimize Your Spending

What if you could increase your level of happiness by what you buy?  You may think that is an easy question to answer by saying, “yes, if I could buy anything I wanted I would be happier.”  However, what if research showed that once you obtained a certain income level, say $75,000 your level of […]

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Mar 12

Inc Magazine: The Rules For Success

Inc Magazine recently featured several high profile entrepreneurs some of whom you may have heard of while others may be new to your world.  Each of them addresses lessons learned along the way in the careers including the ups and downs.  For people struggling with their own businesses or careers, something here could spark a […]

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Mar 02

What To Do When You Inherit or Receive New Money

TAMMA was recently featured in a soon to be released Spring 2013 Supplement presented by The Community House here in Birmingham, MI.  Our selected topic was to discuss what people should do when they inherit or receive new money.  Below is the article that we wrote in addition to the full supplement of "As Life Happens" pieces that […]

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Feb 25

Josh Linkner

Josh Linkner, author of Disciplined Dreaming and CEO and Managing Partner of Detroit Venture Partners is a new columnist in the Detroit Free Press.  Although we have not read his book, the TED video below gives you good insight into his ideas and personal style regarding business and creativity.

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