Because every little thing, is gonna be okay!
Last week, markets plummeted following a disappointing inflation report.
This is just a quick note to assure you that everything will be fine.
I'd like you to remember a few things right now:
When the world is uncertain, big market moves occur frequently.
Anxiety about a selloff is normal, but it should not influence your decisions.
We're in difficult times, but we'll get through them. Here's why everything will be fine:
We've already been here. Of course, not at this precise moment in time, but... We've prepared for situations like this, where we expect harsh weather and volatility, but we don't know how they'll play out.
The strategy we've devised together is built to withstand such storms. Most importantly, know that you are not alone. I'm right here with you. We're all in it together. We are surrounded by wonderful family, friends, and members of our community. We have no control over what happens in the markets, the economy, or the world. We have no idea what will happen next. We can be thankful for our blessings and concentrate on what we have control over: our mindset, our behavior, and the actions we take. We get through these times by staying connected to who and what is important to us. “This spirit knows nothing of bounds
It soars despite numerous obstacles
This spirit will use earthly grounds
And make achievement top priority
This spirit transforms night into day
To brighten the streets we all walk
The strength of my spirit will forever say
What my heart believes to be true”
― Aida Mandic, A Candid Aim P.S. Do you know someone who could benefit from financial advice but may not have a professional they can reach out to? I’m holding a few spots open for folks who come recommended by clients and friends. If you can think of someone, please reply to this email or call (804) 372-8307 to let me know.
P.P.S. Do you have 10 minutes? Check out this super short TED talk to learn how to refresh your mind each day for less time than it takes to scroll through the day's headlines (no meditation or uncomfortable sitting required).
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