Why Smart People do Stupid Things with Money


For many of us, planning our own financial future presents pitfalls at every turn, because the truth is, when it comes to money, we are not always rational. Now you can take control of your economic life with confidence.  Bert Whitehead, one of the top money-management advisors in America, gives you all the information you need to manage your wealth wisely by relying on your strongest asset – yourself!

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What is Financial Dysfunction?


My profession has a few basic principles that describe the various ways people can lose their financial freedom. I call them financial dysfunctions. They’re a little like not eating right and not getting enough exercise—except I think everybody knows they should eat right and exercise. In my world, people have ideas about financial behavior that are just plain wrong. I define financial dysfunctions as financial choices and strategies that people believe re effective but that actually impede their financial progress.

In this book, you will learn:

  • How to get yourself out of the financial dysfunction you are in.
  • How to identify the seven symptoms that most often predict financial dysfunction.
  • How to identify your Financial Personality
  • Why what’s happening in the world, financial downturns, big events, are not as influential to your financial success as you think.
  • Why the financial models you’ve been hearing about simply don’t apply to you.
  • How to determine where you are in your financial lifecycle and how to benchmark yourself.
  • The steps you can take to get control of your financial situation.
  • Practical advice on how to allocate your assets.
  • How to find a financial planner that has YOUR interests in mind and not their own bottom-line.

Take control of your financial life! Financial independence is yours for the taking and you may be closer to it than you think.


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