Crafting Lives Together: Purpose, Prosperity & Peace
We will help you make wise financial decisions, especially when life gets confusing. Life is full of transitions. Some changes are expected, but many are not. We’re here to assist you in navigating through life’s transitions and creating the best life possible with the resources you have. Whether it’s objective advice, educational programs or financial guidance, we’re here to work with you and your family to create a better life.
Help Your Kids Think &
Act Wisely About Money
In this workshop, you will help your child to:
- Articulate a sense of purpose
- Communicate about money
- Explore what success means for them
- Learn vital time management skills
- Set goals for prosperity and contentment
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Keep the Celebration Going
After the Wedding
Forty-two percent of couples that regularly talk about money described their relationship as “extremely happy.”
- Understand one another’s connection to money
- Prevent future conflict through communication
- Build a foundation for your unique story
We’ll help you and your spouse develop a roadmap for success, and have some fun along the way.
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Reduce Your Anxiety: Teach Your Child How to Manage Money
Our growing anxiety may stem from our beliefs around money and the uncertainty of what the future will bring for our children. As a parent, you are the primary influence on your child’s financial behaviors. That fact can provide you with a sense of power, but may also leave you with unrecognized, chronic anxiety. Resolve […]
Newlyweds – How Roles, Communication and a Mission Affect Your Marriage
A study published by Business Insider found that – during the first and third years of marriage – money matters were the most commonly reported source of marital arguments and that couples with high amounts of debt generally have lower levels of satisfaction in their marriages.1 So many factors contribute to the success of a […]
Is Trade School a Viable Option for Your Child’s Long-Term Financial Success?
Abandoning or delaying a 4-year degree goes against the grain for most affluent families in the U.S. It opposes a core belief they’ve developed, possibly over the past several decades. It’s the idea that vocational education is for students who are underachievers or possess lower intelligence. This belief has been proven false. Honors students are electing to attend […]
The Minimalists Podcast
Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus help over 20 million people live meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary. The Minimalists have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Forbes, TIME, ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, CBC, and NPR. Listen now.
What our clients say
Engaging with Blair Wealth Management in the domain of finance led to many intriguing surprises. They first offered incisive questions in a number of areas of my life to determine how best to Strategic Architect, Guide and Advisor … this is the language that I would use to describe the relationship that my wife and I have had with Mark over the past 12 years. He has challenged us to deeply analyze our ambition for our lives including our marriage, our family, our friends and our careers. Once we were grounded in that narrative, he has helped us navigate the journey through anticipating breakdowns and continual reflection during key inflection points in our lives (e.g., our child’s education, caring for our parents, preparing for aging physically, mentally and financially, etc.). He has helped us build a foundation of communication, listening and understanding that prepares you for the unknowns that life often throws at you. We are now living the life that we have designed as opposed to just letting life happen to us. I can honestly say that Mark has changed the course of our lives and we are deeply grateful.
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Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?by Mark Hyman M.D.
A good friend recommended the book, “Food – What the Heck Should I Eat,” to me. The author is Mark Hyman, M.D., bestselling author of “Eat Fat, Get Thin.” Dr. Hyman is the director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine. After reading two of his books, I started his “10-Day Detox Diet” on September 10. I’ve remained on it since.
As expected, I’ve lost several pounds, and they have stayed off. I’m delighted at the prospect of losing more weight over time. The even more amazing result for me has been the reduction in chronic pain I’ve experienced these past few years. I thought it was due to arthritis in my lower back. Wrong! Apparently it was due to the inflammation in my body created by my previous style of eating.
For me the simple take-away is that my previous common sense about what to eat to nourish my body was all wrong! I thought I was doing the right things and eating the right foods, according to the prevailing common sense. Dr. Hyman’s books, and my personal experience with his recommended approach, have convinced me that our prevailing common sense about what and how to eat is responsible for the epidemic of obesity and diabetes contributing to our health care crisis.