In Praise of Financial Resilience

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JD Roth, the founder of the Get Rich Slowly blog recently posted a great article on the principles that build financial resilience. These principles are the same ones I write about all the time. That is because they work.

So why do I suggest you read Roth’s article when it is so similar to what you’ve seen here and elsewhere?  It is because we really learn things through repetition and the more sources we find the information in the more it sinks in. Do you remember how you learned your multiplication tables? Yes, through repetition. It may be boring but it is the way we really learn.

Read good articles on how to manage your money, how to reduce and eliminate debt and how to avoid the pitfalls that are all around us. The more you read the more it sinks in. The more it sinks in the more you internalize it and put it into action.

What do you think?

Wishing you well,

Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.
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