Renaissance for LEADERS

Peak Performance Resources for Leaders by Leaders

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Fair Value

The price agreed to acquire a product, service or asset between a knowledgeable and willing buyer and a knowledgeable and willing seller assuming that each party is operating in their own self-interest and the transaction is conducted at arm’s length.

Financial

Relating to or involving money or finance.

Financial Freedom

1. A state in which somebody is able to act and live as he or she chooses, without being subject to any undue financial restraints or restrictions. 2. Release or rescue from being financially bound, or from being confined, enslaved, captured, or imprisoned by the need of money. 3. A person’s right to rule their financial affairs, without interference from or domination by another person or power. 4. The state of being unaffected by, or not subject to, something unpleasant or unwanted due to the lack of finances. 5. The ability to exercise financial free will and make choices independently of any external determining force.

Financial Literacy

The knowledge of what money is, how it works, financial terminology, all aspects of financial life, and the competence to perform financial management including; decision making, planning, saving, spending, budgeting, cash flow management, lifestyle choices, investing and retirement planning.

Financial Mobility

The ability of an individual, family or group to improve their economic status, usually measured in income. Financial (also known as Economic Mobility) often leads to social mobility. Lack of Financial Literacy leads to downward mobility and declining social status.

Financial Plan

A working document that includes a vision statement, long and short term financial goals, current income and expense statements, balance sheet, cash flow forecast, asset allocation plans, return on investment metrics, tax liabilities and management, life, income and medical insurance policies, financial records archive, future estate and retirement plans, opportunity cost analysis, measurement metrics and milestones, specific action plans to achieve the stated goals, as well as contingency arrangements, alternative courses of action and critical path analysis.

Financialization

The growing scale, profitability, and level of importance of the finance sector relative to the rest of the economy. In the United States, employment and total sales of the finance industry grew from 10% of GDP in 1970 to 20% by 2010. The emphasis has shifted from making things to making money from money. The effects of this change are felt by everyone in the following ways: 1. Increased level of importance of money and finance in our everyday lives. 2. Increased complexity and level of sophistication required to understand and manage finance. 3. Increased income inequality due to the widening gap become making money from labor, making and selling things, to highly leveraged financial products that make money with money. 4. Increasing debt and the risks associated with the asset and debt bubbles, which when they collapse, cause massive financial destruction to everyone.

Flow

1. To move or be moved freely from one place to another in large numbers or amounts in a steady unbroken stream. 2. To move through the veins and arteries of the body (refers especially to blood) 3. To be expressed uninhibitedly and eloquently. 4. To be readily available and consumed in large amounts. 5. To be experienced very intensely, often in a way that is visible to other people. 6. To derive from something as a result or series of results (literary.) 7. To fall or hang loosely and gracefully. 8. To move toward the land as the tide rises (refers to the sea or tidal water.) 9. To change shape gradually in response to pressure without the development of cracks or fissures. 10. The steady unbroken stream of people, goods, vehicles, money, or information from one place to another. 11. The continuous eloquent expression of thoughts or ideas in speech or writing. 12. Psychological and physical experience in which challenges presented is perfectly matched by the participants’ skills, often resulting in heightened states of awareness, confidence, and performance.

Freedom

Freedom is the ability to make choices and to carry them out. For people to have complete freedom there must be no restrictions on how you think, speak or act. You must be aware of what your choices are and the power to decide among those choices. You must have the means and the opportunity to think, speak and act without being controlled by anyone else. 1. A state in which somebody is able to act and live as he or she chooses, without being subject to any undue restraints and restrictions. 2. Release or rescue from being physically bound, or from being confined, enslaved, captured, or imprisoned. 3. An individual’s right to rule himself or herself, without interference from or domination by another person or power. 4. The right to speak or act without restriction, interference, or fear. 5. The state of being unaffected by, or not subject to, something unpleasant or unwanted. 6. The ability to move easily without being limited by something such as tight clothing or lack of space. 7. The right to use or occupy a place and treat it as your own. 8. Citizenship of a town or city, together with special privileges, formally awarded to somebody as an honor. 9. Openness and friendliness in speech or behavior. 10.Overconfidence, over-familiarity, or a lack of proper restraint or decorum. 11. The ability to exercise free will and make choices independently of any external determining force.

Fundamentals

Analysis of the qualitative and quantitative information that contributes to the economic well-being and the subsequent financial valuation of a potential investment. Investors analyze these fundamentals to develop an estimate of whether the underlying asset is a worthwhile investment. For businesses, information such as revenue, earnings, assets, liabilities, and growth are considered some of the fundamentals.

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