Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Debt

Don’t Fear Debt

It's good to be cautious about taking on debt. But when caution turns to fear, it closes off opportunities that actually might be beneficial. Because the truth is that debt isn't "good" or "bad". It's just better or worse for your specific goals, and the only way to make the best decision for your goals is to evaluate it without fear.

Learning to Embrace the Change

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I'm not someone who's traditionally been all that comfortable with change. I like things to feel familiar, and my natural reaction is to avoid anything that throws me into the unknown. But over the past year I've been challenging those fears, and the big changes I've made have taught me some important lessons about embracing change.

Think Big

Think Big

You could spend your whole life worrying about all of the small financial decisions you make every single day. Or you could structure your personal financial system around a few big wins that make those small decisions a lot less important. A few big wins that decrease your anxiety and make it easier to accomplish your biggest and most important goals.

The Only Money-Saving Tip That’s Guaranteed to Work

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I have a problem with a lot of the common money-saving tips out there. Things like clipping coupons and cutting cable have their place, but they all share a dirty little secret. They don’t actually save you money. If you’ve tried all the tips and tricks and you’re still struggling to grow your savings, here's the one tip that’s guaranteed to work.

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