Podcast: Rich and Regular

E44: 5 Financial Don'ts

Episode Description:

We live in a world full of abundant information, so much so that sometimes it can feel like we have unlimited options which can lead to financial overwhelm, or even worse: analysis paralysis.  The hard truth is, sometimes deciding what you’re NOT going to do is just as impactful as deciding what you are going to do. In this episode, we are kicking off the month of February with a list of 5 Financial Don’ts to help you narrow down the list and take some things off the table!


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