Ep 4: What They Don’t Teach You In School: Coronavirus Edition

With so many people still fearful of where the economy is headed and worried about how it will impact their finances, it’s time to change your mindset with a pep talk. Mark will speak candidly about our current situation and what it takes to navigate these uncertain times and end up successful.

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A lot of us are in a rut right now. The state of the economy remains in limbo as unemployment rises and businesses struggle to remain open.

It can be overwhelming to completely rearrange your daily life while trying to balance your finances. We’re all dealing with this together and we’ll help each other get through this rough patch.

Without answers it might seem like the optimism is a long ways off, but let’s shake that feeling and take back control. On this episode of The Retirement Huddle, Mark Howard is going to provide a financial pep talk when we need it most. Let’s discuss the things they are teaching you in school but have a huge impact on your retirement mindset.

There will be good days and bad days as our country works to get the coronavirus health crisis under control, but we don’t have to predict the future to win this game of retirement planning. Keep that in mind every day. Hopefully this episode will help serve as motivation or inspiration during these uncertain times.

Thanks for listening to this episode. We’ll be back for another show every other Thursday.

Today’s rundown:

[0:43] – Finding financial certainty in these uncertain times.

[1:33] – Being unshakeable is a state of mind.

[1:59] – We’re still living in a fragile world.

[3:33] – We don’t have to predict the future to win this game of retirement planning.

[5:00] – Here’s how we’ll help you answer the important questions in your life.

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