Everyone eventually faces an emergency, whether it’s related to finances, health, the weather, or something else entirely. The more prepared we are, however, the easier it is to roll with the punches when life throws them our way.
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Five questions to ask yourself to identify what’s really important to you, your future and your legacy.
What is meant by “purpose-driven finances”?
It simply means that money and wealth are just numbers on a ledger; they are nothing without a purpose attached to them.
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This week we’re talking with a woman who proactively asked for two promotions in two years, and got them both, after a bit of negotiating.
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I’m at a coffee shop watching boxing videos. It’s one of those things where I have no idea how I ended up here. But I can’t stop watching because the sport is so simple and raw and I like that.
I go further down the rabbit hole and start reading articles about boxing. I learn Floyd Mayweather keeps $123 million in his savings account. Yes, a savings account.
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There are countless personal finance books, blogs and articles that offer advice on investing, savings, retirement and taxes.
You could read all those books.
Or, you can listen to this University of Chicago social scientist.
His name is Harold Pollack, and when it comes to investment advice, he believes that you can fit all the investment advice you’ll ever need on a single index card.
Full story here: 9 Simple Money Rules All On 1 Index Card