Over the last five years, I’ve spent a lot of time traveling the world to talk to people about money. At least one common theme comes up again and again: anxiety. People are worried about the future and want to know what they can do to prepare themselves for a stable financial life.
As we shift away from collective retirement solutions like government programs and company pensions, greater responsibility rests on each of us to create our own plan. After hundreds of these conversations, I’ve come up with a strategy. It could just be the secret to the financial life you have always wanted. But before I share it, there are a couple of disclaimers.
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