Entries by Cooper Mitchell

Springfield Mo Financial Advisor

Springfield, Missouri is a unique place. It’s large enough to feel like a “big” city at times, yet has a very much hometown feel. I find it somewhat funny that many people work with an advisor employed by a large corporation, when there are locally owned advisory businesses in Springfield, Mo. I was born and […]

New Mercies Every Day

Don’t wake up with regrets from the past. Don’t worry about what you’re going to do, or be sad of things you’ve done. There are new mercies awaiting you everyday. The only choice you need to make is whether to accept them or not. The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come […]

Be You, Including Your Mistakes

There’s this idea today that you have to fit a certain mold. That to reach a certain level of success, you have to be like the person who has that success. This is a notion that I completely reject. Why do I reject it? People want to do business with real people. Not this robotic […]

Is There a Tech Startup Bubble on the Horizon?

There was a time during the early 2000’s when investing in technology was at a peak. Brokers would cold call average investors all over the country, offer the latest, greatest technology stock offering and get more yes’s than ever before. Since that time, things have changed, dramatically. Brokers cold calling has pretty much come to […]

In Defense of Mark Driscoll

Mark Driscoll. Just the name alone brings about an array of emotions, emotions that vary among Christians on a similar scale as who they vote for in elections. He’s polarizing, he’s brash, he’s doing God’s work. How I Was Introduced to Mark Driscoll When I began developing my own relationship with Christ, Mark was a man who […]

Be Content, Not Complacent

“Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” – Hebrews 13:5 Being content is a positive thing. Not only for your current well being, but also for your future. Something I find the older I get […]