Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 21, 2009
ArborInvestmentPlanner.com released a Special Report titled: In The Multitude of Counselors: Safety in Sound Advice. The article takes a look at the need for wise counsel and urges people to add insight, discipline, and accountability to their lives by seeking and giving help to others. The article ends with specific advice for investors. The article was posted with other investment articles to the ArborInvestmentPlanner.com Blog at http://www.ArborInvestmentPlanner.wordpress.com.
Too often people let lack of time, pride, or selfish desires keep them from seeking wise counsel. A culture of buying now and paying later; acting quickly instead of planning thoughtfully, and giving into impulses instead of discipline rules the culture.
Grandparents, Parents, Husbands and Wives, Brothers and Sisters, Business leaders, Church leaders, and the Internet (be careful with this one), are a few of the good sources to seek counsel. Often these sources can offer information, a different perspective from the outside, or use their varied experiences and expertise to give good advice. Using trustworthy people for accountablility in areas of weakness provides discipline.
Don't be afraid or embarrassed to ask others for help. Seek counsel in all aspects of life, even in the areas of your expertise. Others may be able to sharpen your ideas or add an insight that elevates your thoughts or work to a higher level. Most people are glad to give advice in areas where they are knowledgeable. In the same way, be open to helping others.
The Bible offers some sound counsel from these Scripture Verses:
Proverbs 12:15 - The way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but a wise man listens to counsel.
Proverbs 15:22 - Without consultation, plans are frustrated, but with many counselors they succeed.
Proverbs 19:20 - Listen to counsel and accept discipline, that you may be wise the rest of your days.
Those who need investment management advice can use trusted counsel such as ArborInvestmentPlanner.com. The AIP, by doing the research, asset allocation, and selecting individual stocks and ETFs, provides Investors with the resources needed to manage their own investments. Sound conservative principles and discipline is the foundation upon which the AIP has built a sound investment record.
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