Podcast: Rich and Regular

E31: Have you outgrown your financial hero?

Episode Description:

They say you can tell what kind of ideals a person has based on who their heroes are, but what happens when you start to disagree with the people you admire most? At first, you might be compelled to try to convince them to see your side, but if they can’t be swayed...then what? In this episode, we discuss what it means to outgrow a financial hero and how you can recognize when it’s happening.  

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