What’s your well-th story? From honing career paths to key financial lessons to balancing family needs, a unique combination of factors makes each of us well-thy. By sharing insights, goals and the stories that helped us become who we are, we learn from and inspire each other every day.

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Barbara Archer’s Well-th Story Is About Aiming High

Hightower Wealth Advisors Partner Barbara C. Archer discusses her original ambitions to become an astronaut – and how she found her true career calling.


Well-th means being intentional

What does well-th mean to you? Hightower women share how being truly well-thy extends far beyond finances.

Well-th means freedom

What does well-th mean to you? Hightower women on the power of well-th to prioritize and make key decisions in their lives.

Well-th means stewardship

What does well-the mean to you? Hightower women discuss their deep commitment to be stewards of well-th, in all its forms, personally and professionally.

Well-th Stories - Financial Literacy

For Financial Literacy Month Stephen Ban and Morgan Sarraf share their important money lessons. What money lesson has stuck with you?

Well-th Stories - Financial Literacy

Chief Market Strategist Michael Farr shares an important money lesson from his dad for Financial Literacy Month. What important money lesson has been passed on to you?

Well-th Stories - Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy Month continues! Below, financial advisors Jack Boyle and Hannah Wardenburg discuss the immense power of planning ahead and saving early.

Well-th Stories: Derrick Robinson, Manager of IT Services for Hightower Advisors

Hightower Manager of IT Services Derrick Robinson discusses his key motivations in running a global IT operation and getting the most out of life with those closest to him.

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