How many times have you had a conversation when you or the other person said something like:
“I’m so worried about the stock market.”
“I’m so worried about retirement.”
“I’m so worried about the value of my home.”
Assuming you have said or heard a derivation of one of these statements, ask yourself a big question: How has that worked out for you? Can you think of a single time when the act of worrying about the stock market, retirement, housing prices or anything else in your financial life has helped?
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