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Not All Voices Are the Same: Ten Common Personal Finance Disagreements

Spend less than you earn.

Pay off your high interest debts.

Save for the future.

Many of the tenets of personal finance are essentially common sense. They just work in practically every situation.

Still, there are some areas where it’s not nearly as clear cut. Different people will make different arguments when it comes to some issues, often insisting that their path is the only sensible path.

Here are ten debates that I often see come up in personal finance writings, podcasts, and in other media. I’ll take a look at both sides of each debate and give you my own take.

Debate #1: Should You Ever Go Into Debt?

Mission Mavuno: Pursuing an Abundant Leadership Harvest

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“Sink or swim” is a lousy approach to leadership development

Too many leadership-development strategies hinge on putting people through challenges and expecting the leaders to naturally  –More– 

SmartBrief on Leadership

Some Thoughts on Privileges and Advantages

deck of cards with ace on top

Whether the deck is stacked against you or in your favor, there are choices you make every day that can ultimately determine your success in life. Blaming mistakes or poor choices on your disadvantages won’t do any good. Photo: Steven Depolo

Monday Quote

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John Quincy Adams - GeneralLeadership.com“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.

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