7 Pieces of Financial Advice That Forever Changed My Life

One significant reason this happens is because of their example and model. As we recognize their positive aspects, we seek to emulate those characteristics in our own lives.
Another reason is because of the conversations we have and the advice we share. The more quality time we spend with people, the more nuggets of wisdom we begin to hear from them.

Over the years, I’ve been blessed to have countless positive influences in my life. Their example and their wisdom have shaped me in every way—including my financial practices. Here are seven specific ways.

How to Save Money: 20 Simple Tips


We all have good intentions when it comes to saving money, right? We tell ourselves we’ll start saving once we reach a certain milestone, like when we hit a specific age, get a raise, or when Jimmy (finally) moves out of the basement.
But in reality, you’ll only start saving money when you develop healthy money habits and your future needs become more important than your current wants. A lot of times, our goal to save money isn’t a big enough priority to delay the purchase of that new smartphone, kitchen table or TV. So we spend our dollars away—or worse—go into debt to fuel our latest bout of “want-itis.” That debt then turns into monthly payments that control our paychecks—and our lives.


Sounds overwhelming right? It doesn’t have to be. With a few tweaks to your spending priorities, you’ll be on the fast track to saving money in no time.

Here’s the best financial advice these 10 advisors ever received

Doling out advice on money matters is the stock in trade of the financial advisor. After all, it’s in their job title. So financial advisors, financial planners, wealth managers and the like are used to offering up advice on a daily basis to paying customers.




But what about the advisors themselves? What’s the best piece of financial advice they ever got? Presumably financial advisors, too, consult other experts on financial matters, much as doctors need another physician for their own medical care. Or perhaps it was a parent, a college professor or even a real estate agent who offered the most important financial insight they ever got.

For more: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/01/heres-the-best-financial-advice-these-10-advisors-ever-received.html