by James R. Peters

James R. Peters

James R. Peters is the author of The Prosperity Track: Energize, Enable, Empower and leads Integress
Financial, where he oversees portfolio management, client financial advisory,
and business strategy. With over ten years of experience managing investment
portfolios and providing customized financial advice, he has personally
assisted hundreds of people along their Prosperity Track.

Personal Goal Types

By on October 13, 2013 in Prosperity with 0 Comments

Setting and accomplishing goals is essential to the Prosperity Track. By continuously working toward something important to you, you feel energized, enabled, and empowered. By understanding the different types of goals, you can better consider and select goals for each category. There are three main categories of personal goals: internal, external, and relationship. Most people […]

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5 Free Ways to Protect Your Prosperity

It’s the things we don’t see coming that can cripple our prosperity. Sometimes we get too caught up in daily mundane activities. We put things on the “backburner” and promise to do them when we have time. Unfortunately, that day never comes, and we neglect activities that can protect our families during emergencies. I consider […]

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A Big Step Towards Prosperity For Luca Manfe, Season 4 Winner of Master Chef!

By on September 12, 2013 in Motivation, News, Prosperity with 0 Comments
A Big Step Towards Prosperity For Luca Manfe, Season 4 Winner of Master Chef!

Following weeks of intense competition, the fourth season of Master Chef came to a dramatic close with the crowning of Luca Manfe as the winner. After failing to secure a spot in Season Three of Master Chef, Luca was an underdog from the very beginning. All through the competition, his positive attitude and upbeat personality […]

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Financing Consumption: A Dangerous Proposition

By on September 7, 2013 in Budgeting, Credit, Financial with 0 Comments

Financ­ing is a pow­er­ful tool with long last­ing effects and should be care­fully delib­er­ated. Friv­o­lous spend­ing with bor­rowed dol­lars is a dan­ger­ous endeavor with poten­tially dev­as­tat­ing reper­cus­sions. Indi­vid­u­als, busi­nesses and gov­ern­ments (“IB&Gs”) must pri­or­i­tize needs, invest­ments and wants, and uti­lize financ­ing only when appro­pri­ate and necessary. IB&Gs rou­tinely pur­chase goods and ser­vices, each time hav­ing […]

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A Lesson in Economics from NFL QB Tom Brady

By on August 28, 2013 in Motivation, Prosperity with 1 Comment

Earlier in the year, Tom Brady, quarterback for the New England Patriots, generated significant attention by extending his contract in the manner the team and he did. Fans and reporters were surprised because Brady accepted a salary significantly below market value. Although unusual, students of economics may recognize this outcome as a lesson in marginal […]

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