The Freedom in Living a Life of “No Shame, No Blame”

How to set yourself up for financial freedom by taking the “No Shame, No Blame” approach

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A few months ago, I listened to a podcast where Vicki Robin, the author of Your Money or Your Life was interviewed and she talked about this concept of looking at your current financial position (i.e. your personal balance…

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Retiring well is much more about a point in time. It is much more about money. Retiring well is ALL about return on life. It is about fixing the bad money habits that account for 80% of our money troubles. It is mastering great money habits. It is living a life of fulfillment.

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Ken Green

Ken Green

Ken is a Chartered Professional Accountant practicing in Canada. He provides tax, personal, and business financial services. https://linktr.ee/KenGreenca

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