Take a peek inside personal finance society’s expectations of you.
Last Monday I wrote all about why you shouldn’t rely on willpower to make changes in your life – and today I’m going to tell you about a reason one good change can lead to another.
It has nothing – and everything – to do with willpower.
It’s called the Transfer Effect, and it’s the reason one good change in your life can lead to others.
Lets explore what this effect is, why it occurs, and how you can harness it to affect powerful change in your own life.
Did you know that willpower is a limited resource?
If you’ve ever tried to make a significant change, or multiple significant changes, and found yourself coming up short, you’ve likely exhausted your willpower.
Lets learn more about the science behind this, and a few ways to hack your finances to set yourself up for success.
Yes, I know people who feel pinched on their six figure incomes. Your income matters less to wealth building than the gap between your income and expenses. I’ve had conversations with people who “just can’t” put aside the six percent they would need to get the full match in their 401k. Those that talk about […]
Happy almost Mother’s Day, everyone! In honor of the day, I thought I would share my Momifesto with you all – all about what exactly is a Chief Mom Officer, anyways. I’ve been writing on this site for about a year and a half now, and realized I’ve never explored what I think a Chief […]
Today I’m mad. I’m angry at the various “get rich quick” schemes I’ve been seeing around, that prey on the hopes and dreams of those that want wealth without all the work. I’m also so annoyed at the media portrayal of the wealthy that I’ve created my own pilot show pitch to counter things like “Dream Lotto House”. Stop by and share your pet peeves – and suggestions to improve my pilot.