places money can go

It feels like there are too many places your money can go. You have countless options of what to do with your saving and investing. Stocks, bonds, real estate, life insurance, cryptocurrencies… the list goes on.

And with that many options, you might feel like it’s hard to make a choice because you’ll never research and fully understand every option you have. But when you don’t control your money, your money controls you.

In this episode, you’ll find out how to take more control by simplifying your view of finances. When you boil it all down, there are really only 4 or 5 places your money can do.

Want an easier way to think about your finances and a better way to build long-term wealth? Listen now!

Show highlights include: 

  • How more financial choices make you less satisfied and happy with your financial decisions. ([0:59])
  • What a random pile of rocks can teach you about simplifying your personal finance ([5:38])
  • The simple “STILL filter” that shows you exactly where your money should go (and how much of it) ([7:35])
  • The “hidden” liabilities that take money out of your pocket (no, it’s not just debt). ([9:32])

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