24 Nov Meet Up With Your Financial Puck
“Skate to where the puck is going to be.”
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While reaching for our career and financial objectives the conditions will change constantly so we need to make every step count, check our direction constantly, and aim where our target will be. It will seem impossible to begin with, but if we stick to a good Plan, our skills and our opportunities will grow. If we learn how to harness it, Inflation will help us.
The jobs that can make us rich are few and they go to people who are gifted or have the inside track. It is safer for the rest of us to get something working for our selves other than our hands. We need investments that will give us money that requires little or no work. To do so requires saving money and judgment—which we can only get over time.
If we eat right and stay fit we can live two or more decades beyond our employable years. We will need money to do so; lots of money. The cost of being in a modest assisted living facility can be $60,000 per year. Medicines alone can cost more than our entire Social Security checks. We also need money to have fun and keep our family together.
Having enough money to do all of this is the puck of our financial plan. If your current trajectory will not get you there, keep revising it until it will. That’s what Series B in Get Life Right is for.