Ultimately, the best money advice you’ve ever received is deeply personal to you. You never know when you might be struck with really influential advice that alters your perspective or even your course of action in relation to you finances. A book, experiences, or a conversation could trigger something in you that really changes how you previously thought about money-related issues.
Join us this week to hear about:
- Brian’s guilty pleasure.
- What it means to invest early.
- Who thinks having an estate plan is the smartest thing anyone can do.
- Why everyone should work with a sales professional?
- When it’s OK to walk away from the store empty-handed.
- Why you should invest in yourself (and why it matters so much).
- How to do a self-assessment to evaluate if there are things you can be doing that will make you better at what you do everyday.
A special thanks to Joe Saul-Sehy – Stacking Benjamins, Dr. Sarah Fallaw – DataPoints, and Michael Kitces, CFP® for sharing your thoughts with our audience this week!
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