People tend to deal with money on an emotional level and that can affect their ability to make good financial decisions. This is one of the reasons people resist the recommendations they get, despite also receiving good evidence in support of the recommendation.
People spend too much, they don’t invest in equities, they don’t get the insurance they need, and more often than not they make investment decisions they come to regret.
They don’t start out with a plan and tend to follow a “hope strategy” — all based on emotions, and often at the worst time to be making important decisions.
And far too often, people don’t enjoy themselves at their current stage in life, and miss out on using the money they make to live the life they want.
Does any of this sound familiar?
If so, I have a free webinar that will take you through a few exercises that will provide you (or you and your spouse) with clarity and then show you how to build your best financial life plan. Are you ready to take the next step?