Success With Money is All About Changing Your Behavior.

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  1. Great post! I’m all about behavioral over the numbers in most cases. People can hate on Dave all they want, but he’s helped more people get out of debt than just about anyone else in the world. I don’t agree with everything he teaches, but he is great at getting he average person to improve their financial situation.

  2. I agree. You have to start with behavioral changes, although that’s usually learned the hard way. So glad we eventually learned. Yeah, I am not that financial nerd but I am glad you are. 😉
    Love you!

  3. The CFO says:

    I think you’ve got it spot on. It is really all about fundamentally changing your outlook. Like a reset.

  4. Sam says:

    The hardest part was deciding to commit. The easiest part (and most potent weapon to pay off loans for me) was the snowball method!!

  5. Jerry Brown says:

    I love this post, Chris. Creating new financial habits can be an arduous task. I am currently reading this book called Atomic Habits that goes in depth about explaining how the habit formation process works on a neurological level.

  6. I enjoyed reading this post and definitely agree that you can’t skip from step 1 to 3 and think all will be well. Oftentimes people think money is their issue when it’s actually their spending habits. And a lot of times they don’t want to change their behavior. And I couldn’t agree more in regards to the Baby Steps. My husband and I used them to get out of debt.

  7. What a great post. So many think its about making more money first… the truth is the money 9.99 times out of 10 shows up after you’re aligned with your core values and you do the work. I wrote about this too Making Money is Counter-intuitive

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