How do you approach the everyday thoughts you have about your financial situation?
For Sam and Koz, it is diagnosis first. In today’s episode, they take some real-world thoughts that different people have about their finances and diagnose what the possible underlying issues could be.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why it is important to have a financial philosophy
- How sticking to your financial philosophy when faced with distractions can help you stay on track with your goals
- Common financial issues that people may misdiagnose
- Benefits of using the right tools to understand your financial questions
- And more!
Tune in to join Sam and Koz as they dissect real-world thoughts that people have about their finances.
Resources: Financial Liberty Project
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