Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
I can’t remember anyone ever telling me they’d like for their life or any part of it to be any more complicated.
Yet, many of us make things unnecessarily complicated when it comes to our money. Carl Richards thinks so, too, and shares his thoughts in his latest New York Times article.
A big part of my work is helping people simplify their lives, especially when it comes to their personal finances. But please don’t think “simple” means ineffective.
I’ve had people tell me in the past that my financial planning and investment approach are “too simple.” But when I ask them why it’s too simple or why it needs to be any more complicated, I’ve never gotten a response that makes any sense.
Whether you manage your own finances or work with an advisor, I’ll leave you with another quote to remember, this one from Albert Einstein,
Make things as simple as possible, but not simpler.
If you’d like to explore a simple, effective approach to wealth management, I’d love to introduce you to Wealthcare For Women and show you how I help women make the most of their one shot at life. Let’s have a conversation.
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