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Ben

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Name:
Debt Freeks
Category:
General Finance
Tags:
Debt, Students, Career, Family, Budgeting, Lifestyle, Frugality
Start Year:
2016

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Net worth:
$45,000.00
Location:
Oregon, United States
Age:
20s
Race:
Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
DIK (Dual Income, Kids)
Profession:
Financial Coach
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Latest Blog Posts

What you believe matters! Belief functions as a framework for thinking, and by extension, action. Since money management is 80% behavior, our beliefs are more central to our financial success than they often get credit for. Studies of poverty, for example, reveal that a poverty mindset tends to stick with people. Even after escaping the… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 30 2018 @ 4:34 PM
What you believe matters! Belief functions as a framework for thinking, and by extension, action. Since money management is 80% behavior, our beliefs are more central to our financial success than they often get credit for. Studies of poverty, for example, reveal that a poverty mindset tends to stick with people. Even after escaping the… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 30 2018 @ 4:34 PM
Back in college, I made a monumental discovery – the hidden eighth day of the week! I was working seven days a week, yet still had 24 hours off in a row! Let me tell you my crazy story of finding a hidden day off and how it helped me pay for college without a… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 23 2018 @ 3:08 PM
Back in college, I made a monumental discovery – the hidden eighth day of the week! I was working seven days a week, yet still had 24 hours off in a row! Let me tell you my crazy story of finding a hidden day off and how it helped me pay for college without a… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 23 2018 @ 3:08 PM
Your Money Questions, Answered Last time I gave a presentation to a group of high school seniors, they asked me some great questions. I’ve included the ones I can remember, and my responses to them, here. I think these are great questions. They show me that young people REALLY want to know how money works.… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 16 2018 @ 2:27 PM
Your Money Questions, Answered Last time I gave a presentation to a group of high school seniors, they asked me some great questions. I’ve included the ones I can remember, and my responses to them, here. I think these are great questions. They show me that young people REALLY want to know how money works.… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 16 2018 @ 2:27 PM
Note: This was a presentation made to Henley High School seniors at the request of my longtime best friend, Luke Ovgard on 4/6/18. His students had just finished learning about budgeting, and Luke invited me to share some real-world examples of how powerful money mastery can be in the real world. It’s geared toward 17-19… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 09 2018 @ 1:49 PM
Note: This was a presentation made to Henley High School seniors at the request of my longtime best friend, Luke Ovgard on 4/6/18. His students had just finished learning about budgeting, and Luke invited me to share some real-world examples of how powerful money mastery can be in the real world. It’s geared toward 17-19… Read More ...
Posted: Apr 09 2018 @ 1:49 PM
It’s no secret that saving is important, and that I’m a huge proponent of saving on time, on purpose (paying yourself first). It’s also no secret that saving is a habit that’s really hard to master. If you’re like me, building up a starter security fund or bank account cushion can feel like scaling Everest.… Read More ...
Posted: Feb 21 2018 @ 4:57 AM
It’s no secret that saving is important, and that I’m a huge proponent of saving on time, on purpose (paying yourself first). It’s also no secret that saving is a habit that’s really hard to master. If you’re like me, building up a starter security fund or bank account cushion can feel like scaling Everest.… Read More ...
Posted: Feb 21 2018 @ 3:57 AM

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