Recognizing both the power and danger of natural consequences, we should approach financial outcomes more like physically dangerous ones.
My last post on PrincipalFI.com – What happens next?
I do. We do. You do. The gradual release of responsibility is a powerful framework for teaching & learning. Apply it to your financial life.
I love anything health and fitness-related, traveling with my family on adventures, and learning about how to become more Financially Free! I try to attack each day with purpose to achieve my goals of becoming healthier and wealthier every single day!
How can a bias for action help, and hurt, your pursuit of financial independence? Learn about the upsides, downsides, and managing the risks.
Are you good at celebrating your wins? How about taking responsibility for your failures? Balancing those two is a key to long-term success. If you only do one, you’re doomed to repeat mistakes. The other can make you miserable. If you can do both well, you’ll almost certainly achieve your goals
Downsizing was a hard choice for us. We needed to find exactly the right smaller home. Here’s how we did it.
In the 15th installment of the series, Rachel shares her story. Read about a young teacher already building a strong financial foundation.
Can I find a graduation gift that celebrates, connects, educates, and changes a life trajectory? I think I did it!
A student drops some hard truth, beginning with “You used to be skinny…” but not stopping there. See how it applies to improving your financial life.