Jun 16, 2022
Do you avoid conversations around money because you don’t know what to do?
Well here’s the secret: you don’t need to be an economist or an accountant to understand finance.
In the previous episode I outlined some of the principles everyone should know in a way which was simple and easy to understand, and on this episode I am going to dive a little bit deeper.
Welcome to Whooshonomics 101.
I am going to give you a short, sharp overview of the five most important things you can do right now to protect yourself and your family financially for the long-term.
This is not about stocks, shares or investments. It is simply about knowing how to manage the money coming in and the money going out of your bank account. This podcast cuts through the jargon to give you practical tips and takeaways you can use to do this.
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Highlights from this episode:
(00:43) It’s all about the long game
(03:53) Interest bearing debt and credit cards
(07:25) How to get a better mortgage rate
(13:20) Save money!
(18:14) Managing your business expenses
(20:37) Everything is a risk, but some are worth taking
(26:16) Good planning is like planting a flower bed
Has this podcast started you thinking about what A Wealthy Life might look and feel like for you? Why not spend another 3 minutes and take my online audit called Readiness to Retire Wealthy based on the five principles discussed in The Wealthy Retirement Plan book and episodes of this podcast? The assessment provides you with a personal score and report to help you take back control of your financial future – something business owners and employees both forget – but for different reasons.
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9 Critical Property Principles
The De-Job Yourself Manual: Break your reliance on a monthly wage
The Values Manual: Understand what your values are and how they can be key to a successful business
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