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Better Decision Making, Part 2: How to define what matters most

October 5, 2021 | Financial Life Planning

Today, we’re bringing you the second and final part in our Better Decision Making mini-series. You can check out Part One here: The three questions to ask yourself when making a decision. In part one, Zak shared three key questions to ask yourself when making any decision: Do I have enough information? What story do I want to […]

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Better Decision Making, Part 2: How to define what matters most

October 5, 2021 | Financial Life Planning

Today, we’re bringing you the second and final part in our Better Decision Making mini-series. You can check out Part One here: The three questions to ask yourself when making a decision. In part one, Zak shared three key questions to ask yourself when making any decision: Do I have enough information? What story do I want to […]

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Better Decision Making, Part 1: The three questions to ask yourself when making a decision

September 21, 2021 | Financial Life Planning

The topic of decision making really gets me going. I get excited about processing things down, whittling away to get down to the best decision possible in any circumstance. I think it’s the engineer in me. Good decision making is really at the heart of the work we do at LifeGuide. At the end of the day, our […]

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A Conversation with Doug Denlinger: Article in Central Penn Business Journal

August 30, 2021 | News

This article was originally published on July 20, 2021 at 1:42 pm in the Central Penn Business Journal — “A Conversation with Doug Denlinger” by Jennifer Deinlein ——————   What trends, if any, did you see emerge with clients during COVID, and is that shifting now as things start to open up more? There were […]

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What’s going on with inflation?

July 26, 2021 | Investing

Today, we have LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, on hand to share some wisdom and insight into what we’re currently seeing with inflation. What should we make of the latest Consumer Price Index increase? Should we be concerned? How do we prepare for inflation?  Back in October 2019, I attended the Financial […]

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LifeGuide Impact Moment: New Life Community

June 29, 2021 | Impact

At LifeGuide, we’re all about impact. In fact, each month, we contribute a percentage of our proceeds to the LifeGuide Impact Fund. We then use these funds to come alongside and support some incredible organizations doing truly life-changing work. Since 2014, we’ve been able to donate over $500,000 to hundreds of organizations. Today, we want to highlight […]

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Q&A: Can the stock market keep going up?

April 26, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the final part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: Can the stock market keep going up?   Last year, we examined the historical growth of the stock markets over […]

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Q&A: Why is the stock market so high?

April 26, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the fifth part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: Why is the stock market so high? A: To begin unpacking this question, it’s helpful to acknowledge the fear often living […]

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Q&A: Should I be concerned with the devaluation of the dollar?

April 5, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the fourth part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: Should I be concerned with the devaluation of the dollar?   A: This is a great question. As of this posting, […]

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Q&A: Should I invest in Bitcoin?

April 3, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the third part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: Should I invest in Bitcoin?   A: Bitcoin has been in the news sporadically for several years now. Whenever the price of […]

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Q&A: Is now the time to buy gold and silver?

April 1, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the second part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: Is now the time to buy gold and silver?   A: This question comes up from time to time as well, typically in times […]

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Q&A: What’s the outlook for real estate given the COVID-19 pandemic?

March 30, 2021 | Investing

Today, we’re sitting down with LifeGuide Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Zak Lutz, to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we receive. This is the first part in our six-part Q&A series. Q: What’s the outlook for real estate given the COVID-19 pandemic?   A: When you think about real estate right now, you’re probably […]

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Share the Blessing 2021: Provision in a pandemic

February 24, 2021 | Impact

2020 brought a lot of challenges, grief, and heartache for many. Yet even in the toughest times, we rest in God’s promises knowing He is still here and still at work. The stories we received from this past Share the Blessing campaign provide a tangible, compelling reminder of this incredible reality. Over the past seven […]

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Local organizations making a Kingdom impact

December 24, 2020 | Impact

We created the LifeGuide Impact Fund in 2014 as a way to support local non-profit organizations making a positive and lasting impact. As we look ahead to 2021, we wanted to take a moment to highlight just a few of the incredible organizations we’ve been honored to walk alongside this past year: New Life Community […]

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Moving to virtual-only appointments for the fall and winter

November 24, 2020 | News

As COVID-19 cases rise sharply, we want to do our part to keep our clients and team safe. For the time being, we will only be offering virtual appointments.  Members of our team have been working remotely and holding virtual client meetings since March without missing a beat. In the event of a mandated shutdown, […]

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Investing through chaos: How to survive an election season

October 13, 2020 | Investing

Oh boy! Today, we’re diving in headfirst! That’s right. We’re talking about the upcoming presidential election in November!  More specifically, we want to ask: How should we be responding to this period of uncertainty? What effects might the election have on our portfolios? Recently, LifeGuide managing partner, Doug Denlinger, sat down for a Zoom call […]

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