On Mastermind Monday, I introduce you to some of the best blogs from my fellow financial planners in my XY Planning Network mastermind group. Collaborating with this group has helped me grow my own business purposefully and expand my financial planning expertise. I learn something from Bill Kan, Dan Yerger, Neil Krishnaswamy, Maya Tussing, and John Bernstein every week. I hope you enjoy reading their blogs as much as I do.
A lot of it happens during the holiday season.
Toys, clothes, gifts, decorative cookie tins that could come in handy next year....
Paid for with money, either ours or someone else's.
Eventually, if we are the sort of people who like to tidy and de-clutter, we will give a lot of it away. And if we're not, we will either buy bigger houses, rent self-storage, or feel overwhelmed by stuff.
Do you scroll on Instagram looking at serene photos of clutter-free living spaces, but wonder if you could ever live like that? In this Mastermind Monday post, colleague Neil Krishnaswamy, CFP®, RICP®, EA® explains how the minimalistic approach doesn't have to equal sacrifice.
What you'll learn from this article:
The Roots of Minimalism
One Size Does Not Fit All Minimalists
Minimalism and Financial Independence
Minimalism Baby Steps
Read Neil Krishnaswamy's full post here:
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