Publication Author Published
The Private Investor
Do You Need A Financial Coach?
Robert Gignac Summer 2017
The Private Investor
Even In The Quietest Moments
Robert Gignac Spring 2017
The Private Investor
It's Possible!
Robert Gignac Winter 2017
Exempt Edge Magazine
What Your Client Said (While You Weren't Listening...)
Robert Gignac Fall 2016
Exempt Edge Magazine
The Two Letter, Four Letter Word
Robert Gignac Summer 2016 Magazine
Even In The Quietest Moments
Robert Gignac October 2015
Brighton Independent
Bestselling Author Offers Steps On Planning For the Future
John Campbell August 2015 Magazine
Minding Your P's & Qs
Robert Gignac May 2015 Magazine
The 2-Letter 4-Letter Word
Robert Gignac February 2015
Exempt Edge Magazine
Q&A with Robert Gignac
Cora Pettipas January 2015 Magazine
It's Possible!
Robert Gignac November 2014 Magazine
Which Direction are you Looking?
Robert Gignac August 2014 Magazine
Selecting A Financial Coach
Robert Gignac June 2014 Magazine
Be It Resolved
Robert Gignac April 2014
Globe & Mail
Five things people forget when planning for retirement
Kira Vermond January 2014
Publication Author Published
Options For Shedding Debt
Kira Vermond December 2013 Magazine
The Clock is TIcking
Robert Gignac November 2013
The Clock Is Ticking
Robert Gignac June 2013 Magazine
How Bad Do You Want It?
Robert Gignac April 2013
Selecting A Financial Coach
Robert Gignac September 2012
How Bad Do You Want It?
Robert Gignac August 2012
Author Interview - Robert Gignac (part two)
Robert Gignac October 2011
Author Interview - Robert Gignac (part one)
Robert Gignac October 2011

The "story" format makes this an engaging read -- not your typical "how-to" financial book. Turns an otherwise onerous subject (planning and arranging one's financial affairs) into an appealing and understandable activity, using crystal clear, down-to-earth explanations. Suitable for all, from the "I know nothing's" to the financially "well-educated".

Mark W. Winter,</br> Family Investment Planning Inc

Rich is a State of Mind is a well-rounded exegesis of proven financial planning principles that, when applied, will get you a long way to accomplishing your short-, medium- and long-term goals. What makes this book particularly attractive is the way the authors have humanized the material.

Stephen Gadsden, </br>

While many chapters outline basic financial concepts, from risk management to wills, a considerable amount of space is dedicated to work-life balance, quality of life, and personal motivation issues. It’s these concepts that set the book apart from others in this genre.

Kira Vermond, </br>

This book teaches, not preaches, about the beauty of combining dreaming and planning. It teaches about personal evolution, changing life circumstances and the practicality of financial planning. In short, it teaches you how to not just plan your finances; it teaches you to live your life.

Michelle Kowalchuck,</br>

This book will succeed in getting younger clients thinking about their financial goals and what they must do to reach them. It also shows how families can have discussions about money with their offspring in a conversational and non-threatening manner. This book would be a must-read for your clients' children as a way to educate them about financial planning and goal setting.

Deanne Gage,</br>

If I can learn to understand compound interest, RRSPs, and seeing the parallels between financial planning and a hockey game - another subject I know nothing about - almost any reader can. And probably many potential readers should.

E.E. Cran, </br>Saint John Telegraph-Journal

An engaging and easy-going look at planning one’s financial future. It combines information, strategy, philosophy and a touch of soul. I highly recommend it.

David B. Posen, M.D. </br>Author of Always Change a Losing Game

The most informative and easy to read financial book since the Wealthy Barber.

Ian Brown, </br>President, Gallivan & Associates