S7E1: An Introduction to Life Stages
Yes, it’s a brand new season. And over the next few weeks, I’m going to be looking at eight different life stages. Yep – eight! Believe it or not, I’ve identified eight distinct phases of life which come with unique financial challenges, and I want to spend some time looking at each of these in detail. Today I want to introduce the season and cover the eight life stages fairly quickly so you know how the season will pan out.
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So, eight distinct life stages, each of which has its own challenges and opportunities. I imagine that at least one of these will apply to you, and chances are some of the others will apply to people you love and maybe they will find those sessions of use.
Of course, it may well be that you are a blend of two or more of the life stages, because as many people as there are on earth, there are that many different life journeys and each one is different. But it’s my hope that you will get something out of each episode in this series whether or not it directly relates to you or not.
Resources mentioned in this episode
Podcast: Session 56 – Life Stages
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