When it comes to your money, paying attention to the details is critical. For Allyson and I, when we started paying attention, everything changed. Income came up. Debt went down. Money conversations were easier. The challenge is finding ways to keep the experience positive and limiting those details to a manageable number.
This week we have four (not too many) high-powered articles culled from hundreds that ran across my desk. If you only have time for one, make it Ray Dalio’s ultra-mini video series on Principles. But really, they’re all helpful reads.
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7 Strategies for Raising Kids to Be Good with Money
A practical parenting guide for raising kids who have a healthy relationship with money.
Hint – make it fun and positive. (Medium)
Principles of Success Ultra-Mini Video Series
Video ultra-mini series adventure. 8 episodes and a total of 30 minutes well spent … and a lot faster than reading the book. (Ray Dalio)
The Money Key to Being Happy
Services and products that give you more free time offer a significant mood boost, eliminating at least four big psychological problems. (Inc)
MMT - Everything You Need to Know
The Macro Tourist gives his overview of Modern Monetary Theory – the good, the not-so-good and even the confusing parts. (Macro Tourist)
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