financial progress

How do you know you’re making financial progress? Most people think they can measure it by understanding the stock market, having enough to donate to charity, paying off debt or buying a sports car.

But none of them say much about your financial life. In fact, they can be signs of a declining financial life.

In this episode, you’ll find out what really shows your financial progress—and how to build your financial future on a solid foundation.

Want to let go of the myths and look forward to a stable financial life? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • Why a “financial vision” is the no.1 thing that ensures your financial progress ([6:28])
  • The weird reason knowing everything about personal finances can be useless (unless you put it into action) ([8:40])
  • How contributing a lot of money to charity can make you less generous ([11:15])
  • The “5 Cs” you can use to make sustainable financial progress and make your financial vision a reality. ([16:06])

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