How rigid are your money habits? What will happen when your “optimized” financial situation comes crashing down because you didn’t think about what could possibly go wrong in the future? Beyond that, does the stuff we own, own us or set us free? How can we strive to be more financially flexible and what strategies can we use to get there? Those are some great questions and today we’ll answer them all, because today our roundtable discusses a piece about financial flexibility, both philosophically and practically. Andy Hill from Marriage Kids and Money joins Paula and OG to share their favorite tips and hacks to help you become more financially flexible.
We’ll also hear some of Doug’s book related trivia, and it’s all from our live recording from the Fireside app!
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Our Topic: Financial Flexibility
How To Build Financial Flexibility Into Your Life (Best Wallet Hacks)
During our conversation you’ll hear us mention the below ways this author says you can build financial flexibility into your life:
- Rent instead of owning
- Save aggressively
- Give Loyalty Sparingly, if at All
- Protect Yourself at All Costs
- Build Up That Emergency Plan
A big thanks to our contributors! You can check out more links for our guests below.
Another thanks to Andy Hill for joining our contributors this week! To learn more about Andy, visit his website and listen to his podcast.
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Doug’s Game Show Trivia
- What year did Penguin Random House publish its first book?
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A big thanks to our contributors for sharing their financial flexibility tips!
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Written by: Brooke Miller
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