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Are there aspects of your life that you'd like to improve? What's been holding you back? In this book, author Mike Brodsky shares some ideas and strategies for changing your life, one small step at a time. If you've had a tough time sticking with your resolutions, or even taking that first step towards your ultimate goal, the "incremental improvements" strategy can lead you on the path to success. Explore potential ways to improve many aspects of your life, including your financial wealth, as well as your physical and mental health.What actions and behaviors will you choose to change in order to improve yourself, the lives of others, and the world?Topics covered in this book include ideas for making changes to improve the following areas:* Financial* Diet* Exercise* Business Management* Career* Relationships* Parenting* Volunteering* Addiction* Stress Management* Time Management* Health* Education* Politics* Fears and Phobias* Social Media
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.34(d)|
About the Author
Mike Brodsky is a financial advisor in Orlando, Florida. Mike graduated cum laude with distinction in the Economics major from Yale University in 1990. He received an M.B.A. from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in 1992. He started in the financial services industry with Smith Barney in 1997. Mike has received the certifications of Accredited Portfolio Management Advisor(SM) and Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor(SM) from the College for Financial Planning. He has also previously worked as a television news producer with the NBC affiliate in West Palm Beach, and as a producer for America's Health Network. He is currently the President of the Yale Alumni Association of Central Florida and the All-Ivy Club of Central Florida. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, Distinguished Young Women of Florida, and the Jewish Chamber of Commerce, and has previously served as a board member for the JCC of Greater Orlando, the Center for Memory Disorders, and the Orlando International Fringe Festival. He is frequently asked to speak on various topics to a wide variety of audiences.