3 Financial Mistakes You Could Be Making Right Now

One of the boldest adventures is to climb Mount Everest.  The altitude, skills and effort required, extreme weather and remoteness make it a big-time challenge.

Those who make it to the top wear tough protective clothing, have crampons on their boots, use ice-axes, and trudge forward with intense focus because every step is critical.  A  major wrong step can cost them the summit and maybe ruin the rest of their life.

Successfully managing and winning with money can feel like climbing purposefully up a jagged icy slope under challenging conditions.  We sort of know what we should do.  But, often, we don’t learn early enough, or well enough, what we should not do.