How can a few quick assumptions *almost* cost someone $120,000?
I’m sorry if you’ve read Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I’m sorry if Robert Kiyosaki is a mentor to you. He’s a wolf. The worst kind of wolf. Because he’s great at being a faux sheep.
Ultimately, today’s lesson is to know the value and know your price. If $30 is a fair price for jeans, then it’s fair regardless of last week’s price.
I recently finished my 20th interview for The Best Interest Podcast. And thinking back through the amazing people who have shared their wisdom on the pod, there’s one amazing lesson I’ve heard more than any other.
What does a broken hand have to do with personal finance?
Start wiring your brain pathways right now. Don’t let emotion incidentally affect you when it matters most.
We don’t know the future. But we can prepare for it nonetheless. And here are five important examples to prove this idea.
My high school, Red Creek Central in Red Creek, NY, asked me to speak at their graduation this year. Here’s the transcript and a link to the YouTube video.
The journey is where life happens. If each step is a chore, you’ll never make it.
Manias and bubbles share the same traits, and it’s because they’re caused by the same flaw: our human brains