JW’s Financial Coaching Podcast-The “Top 10 Money Sayings to Know” countdown #4

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Today’s show continues the Top 10 Money Sayings You Need to Know series.  Every Monday for the next 10 weeks we will count down a money saying that you need to know and explain why you need to put it into practice. Today’s #4 saying is Handling money is not about the math”

As much as I hate to admit it, PERSONAL Finance is not all about the numbers. Rather it is about behavior and doing the correct things over and over with consistency. You do not have to be a math major to win with money; in fact Thomas Stanley, in his book “The Millionaire Mind,” found that having good grades was one of the least common factors in becoming an eventual millionaire.

In addition, you can vote on our Facebook Fan Page for what you think the #1 saying should be. The poll has the three sayings listed and you can vote then tune in to see if you agree with the #1 money saying!

Also the podcast is going to start doing one weekly podcast instead of two a week starting in July.  What day would you like the show to be released: Monday or Wednesday? If you have a preference please leave a comment below or let me know on the Facebook fan page.

The Top 10 Money Sayings to Know Countdown

#10 “Where your heart is, that is where your money is.”

#9 “Stop being a slave to money”

#8 “Money can work for you instead of you working for money”

#7 “Impulse buying doesn’t work as well as planning”

#6 “Don’t take advice from he said, I heard, everybody says”

#5 “Money is amoral”

#4 “Handling money is not about the math”

#3 TBA 6/20

#2 TBA 6/27

#1 TBA 7/4

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