You Have to Plan the Plan

August 19, 2017 – Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg, Your Wealth Professor
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Biggest Mistakes in Saving for RetirementBryan Rigg is our wealth professor. This is “Wealth Strategy with Bryan Rigg.” We are here at this same time every weekend to talk to you about financial management and running your own world with your own finances.

Sometimes you need some help. A lot of times you need help. We’re here every week to talk the finance talk, but not in the vocabulary that you’re uncomfortable with or intimidated by. We really do spend time, and preparation, and work at breaking it down in digestible, small bites of information that you can absorb, and pay attention to, and maybe even use around your household to talk about these things.

Planning for your future just doesn’t happen. Planning for anything in life just doesn’t happen. You have to plan to plan. One of my favorite phrases in life is, “Plan to work and then work to plan.”

You know from the military that’s often the case.


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