March 25, 2020

Article by Brad De Comarmond. Read full version on Medium

As we are well aware, the Coronavirus has really shook up the world. Airports are emptying, hospitals are filling, and growing concern about our health and the wellbeing of our loved ones has quickly become our highest priority.

In addition to our physical health, our financial health has also been greatly affected. Major events such as sports leagues and conferences have been postponed or cancelled, the stock market has resembled a roller coaster ride (mostly the fun part when you’re going downward at 70mph) and small business owners and independent contractors are especially feeling the burn of life without work or PTO.

It sounds pretty rough right now, but I believe that every challenge we face presents a seed of equal or greater opportunity, and now is no different. With that said, let’s focus on how we can use this experience to grow financially so that money will be one less thing to distract from what truly matters, our health and wellbeing.

  1. Expect the unexpected.
  2. Audit your financial health and discover the leaks in your ship.
  3. Discover a fruitful hobby or side hustle.
  4. Reconnect and strengthen relationships.
  5. Be proactive versus reactive.

There you have it. If you are serious about optimizing your finances to achieve your biggest goals in life, you can download detailed notes to 4 of the most powerful personal financial books ever written to kickstart your journey. Click here to download and I look forward to changing the world alongside of you.

Bradley Jarryd

Holistic Money Coach

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