Articles by Lora Bray

A Fair Analogy

Be the most learned of the fair, most fair of the learned
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We all have the responsibility to know what our function is, and to do it well
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Where Does the Time Go?

Members need CUs’ help with retirement planning.
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There’s a collective retirement gap among working households that ranges from $6.8 to $14 trillion depending on the financial measure.
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School Days

How can CUs help young adults with their first major financial decision?
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Rising student loan debt hinders consumers’ ability to take out mortgages.
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Cause for a Rebel

How might challenging the status quo help you respectfully serve those around you?
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Sometimes it is appropriate to rebel against tried and true practices.
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'Where Did We Park?'

Don’t overlook those mundane yet important details when launching into a new venture.
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Unbridled enthusiasm can preempt us from laying a firm foundation for successful project implementation.
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Cut Through the Fog

Can your CU be a beacon of hope for consumers blanketed with student loan debt?
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Be a lighthouse to help members navigate to successful financial outcomes.
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Dress for Success

Be ‘loud and proud’ about the products and services you offer and the image you present.
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Be ‘loud and proud’ about the products and services you offer and the image you present.
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Find Your Voice

CUs hit the high notes for their members.
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Are you singing the right part—or are you a soprano trying to master the bass line? 
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Going Up?

A change in perspective can occur with a simple thought or moment of appreciation.
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‘Perspective is the most important thing to have in life.’
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Playing Croquet with Lady Macbeth and The Outlaw Josey Wales

We may feel challenged, but determination will see us through.
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‘Great cultures encourage risk and are tolerant of failure.’
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