There’s a lot to be learned from the wit and wisdom of Mark Twain. Join us as we dive into part two of our series on his famous sayings.
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First Things First.
- [spp-timestamp time=”00:57″] – Getting To Know You: Dan shares stories from his favorite winter pastime: snow skiing.
- [spp-timestamp time=”4:58″] – Mailbag: Barry is worried about the nursing home costs he’ll face in retirement.
- [spp-timestamp time=”7:53″] – Mind Over Money: Dan explains the trouble with “Framing Bias.”
- [spp-timestamp time=”12:40″] – Mark Twain is certainly known for his sharp humor. Don’t miss the proverbial mark here. Trying to time the market is a dangerous activity. You have to look at investing as a rational, long-term process.
- 13:52 – While a humorist, Mark Twain also had a deep, spiritual side. In short, you need to give your money purpose. Accumulating wealth for the sake of doing so won’t bring you much joy in retirement.
- 15:56 – You’ve got to start somewhere. No matter where you are in your retirement planning journey, it’s not too late to start or adjust your plan. Take the first steps toward experiencing a purposeful retirement.
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