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More Money More Problems: Psychology and Finance

We had a great time with Edmon, Core Investment Management, and Andrew, New Town Connections. We discussed the relationship with finances, strategic management, and relationship with money.

Notes from the Segment:

  • Honestly define what money means to you (ie. I want more of it, Want to save as much of it as I can, money is the root of all evil, more money comes with more responsibilities...etc)

  • Explore how your beliefs about money impact your use of money (ie. all or nothing, must get a good deal, don't spend it unless you need to, only for travel and fun, etc)

  • Collaborate with your partner and discuss your similarities and differences about relationships with money.

  • Seek guidance for the best way to invest your money.

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