"When your values are clear
your financial decisions
My number one piece of advice for 2019. PAY YOURSELF FIRST, ONE HOUR A DAY OF YOUR INCOME—AUTOMATICALLY! In 2019 I am back on my crusade to help you save more automatically.
Why? Because it WORKS. In 2019 - PAY YOURSELF FIRST.
They're easy to make, but easily correctable.
The truth is, a lot of people are quite responsible with their money and personal finances, but many still make these mistakes. The three mistakes I discuss in this post are big but easily correctable, and upon correction will allow you to live a life full of financial freedom.
Mistake Number #1 – Not investing soon enough. In my new book, The Latte Factor: Why You Don’t Have To Be Rich To Live Rich, I have a chart that changed my life in my early 20s and it can change yours too.
The burden recent grads have placed on them is shameful and unfair, but they can overcome it and achieve financial freedom.
Millennials are the first generation to be handcuffed by insane levels of student debt. What we have done to this generation is shameful.
The fact that there is now over 1.5 trillion in student loans, two-thirds of which is sitting on the back of women is wrong.
Here are timeless truths about money and life that you should take everywhere you go.
First just know this - you are richer than you think! And you don’t have to be rich to live rich. Here’s what I call “BACH WISDOM - 16 TIMELESS TRUTHS ABOUT MONEY & LIFE Take these 16 truths everywhere you go.
Print then and share them. Ready? Let’s go.
Getting To The Root of Financial Illiteracy
Brian Buffini and his company, Buffini & Company, use their knowledge in lead-generation systems to coach and train business professionals across North America.
Buffini uses his personal podcast, “The Brian Buffini Show”, to share messages of encouragement to his listeners.
We were eating at McDonald's and she said to me: There are three types of people. There are those like you who come eat here, those who work here for minimum wage and those who own this place
David Bach started learning about money early.
The self-made millionaire and author of “The Automatic Millionaire” told the personal finance site Grow that as a kid his family “talked about investing all the time.”
However, one of the most impactful money lessons he learned was imparted over a meal at McDonald’s with his grandmother when he was only 7 years old.