Why do we, as humans, feel like we never have enough? Enough money, enough time, enough resources. How can we overcome the limiting belief that we just need a little more for life to be perfect and instead live with internal and external security? Today we’re LIVE on the Fireside app diving into this topic in maybe the most fun way you’ve ever heard. Don’t take that the wrong way: we’ll still cover the deep stuff, but in between a lot of laughs and interesting asides from the whole team. Financial planner Dawn Dahlby joins Len and OG on our roundtable today and they discuss a piece about human behavior in personal finance and having “enough”.
It’s Friday the 13th and Doug lets us know his thoughts about popular superstitions on this day before giving us his magician-related trivia.
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Our Topic: What is “enough”?
Improving Investor Behavior: Deciding on enough! (Denver Post)
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Doug’s Game Show Trivia
- How much did the top earning magician rake in back in 2019?
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Written by: Brooke Miller