Author Archives

  • Triumph

    “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men and women do nothing.” -Edmund Burke, British Parliamentarian

  • Together We Make Football

    I grew up just outside of Washington, D.C.  My Dad had a wife and four daughters.  Surrounded by girly girl stuff, he reserved the TV for Sunday afternoons and Monday night football when the Redskins were playing.  So in the early 1970’s we either learned to be Redskin fans or did something else.  We all […]

  • Congratulations, Tom!

    We are thrilled to announce that our very own Tom Love has been selected to receive the Five Star Wealth Manager award for the second year in a row! Five Star Professional conducted research to determine the wealth managers in the Richmond area who provide quality services to their clients. Richmond Magazine and Five Star […]

  • Let's Walk to the End of Cancer

    We are proud to sponsor The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk for the second year in a row! The walk funds research to advance therapies and treatments that are saving lives every day. We all have the power to walk to the end of cancer! We invite you to join The Main […]

  • Remembering September 11

    Like most Americans, I remember exactly where I was, and what I was doing when I heard the first radio broadcast that awful morning 13 years ago. On a trip to New York in December, 2002, we saw the gaping hole where the Twin Towers had stood … and stared open-mouthed at the huge nets […]

  • Think The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Is Stupid? You're Wrong.

    The Internet is alight with the Ice Bucket Challenge, a silly joke that’s being shared on social media by billionaires. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg dumped a bucket of ice on his head. He was followed by Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who, in a playful video, built a contraption to do the dumping, and Sue Desmond-Hellmann, […]

  • Why I'm Taking a Walk Every Day

     My mind seems “full” lately — you may have experienced this. While I’ve committed hours and hours each day to absorb words, facts and figures, my devotion to “down time” has been — well, paltry. I’ve neglected that part of work life that we all need; to pause, reflect and process information. (Because of this, […]

  • Top 10 Tips For Success

    Like many people, I learn better through experience than theory. Also, if presented with huge reams of text, I tend to lose interest quite quickly.Lots of us are more visual learners, so I wanted to expand my 10 tips with some imagery to illustrate the points. Hope you enjoy them! 1. Follow your dreams and […]