17 minutes a day to a better financial life
Good money habits drive financial success. Survey after survey reports that Americans of all ages have poor money skills and low levels of personal finance knowledge. In fact, most people spend just over two minutes per day managing their financial lives, and consult Tik-Tok, YouTube and other social media outlets for money questions. At the same time, these households have just experienced a once-in-a-century pandemic that has reset how they value and approach money.
As I wrote in my new book, Good Money Habits in 17 Minutes Per Day, now is the perfect opportunity for time-constrained individuals to improve their money skills and knowledge. Here are useful resources, websites and publications you can use to learn more about the FinancialVerse.
Your 17-Minute-Per-Day Challenge
The key for you to improve your financial knowledge is to spend the 17 minutes per day or 2 hours each week on improvement. Select a few websites to subscribe to and three or four podcasts to listen to each week. My advice is to develop a routine and stick to it. Taking in a steady diet of good financial information will allow you to improve your financial knowledge and assist you in making better financial decisions.
Check out the FinancialVerse's Resources tab for valuable industry and consumer sites. Below are websites, publications and podcasts that can be a value to you. You'll also see a sample of recent podcasts that Harry was an invited guest.
Harry joins Chase Lawson to discuss the handful of mistakes many people make when it comes to finance, many of which aren't even about money.
Explore the three main types of life insurance, some of the differences between them, and several stories
on the importance of life insurance.
In less than twenty minutes per day, people can make remarkable improvements to their financial life. Here are little habits that can make a big difference.
Harry Stout shares his unique perspective with NAFA on the current state of financial affairs in this country and how to help improve preparedness for times like these.
Stop Leaking Cash by Becoming Financially Literate
Tune in to this episode of Optimal Finance Daily to hear Harry Stout share his thoughts on how to stop leaking cash by becoming financially literate.
Listen to Optimal Finance Daily to hear Harry Stout share his experience about changing his money mindset and how budgeting can help get you on track financially.