6. Passing on the lessons we’ve learned

Aussie FIRE | Financial Independence Retire Early

16-02-2024 • 1 hr 2 mins

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Knowledge is a lot like compound interest: the more you accrue, the faster it grows. How, then, can we ensure that others around us, and future generations, are growing their knowledge the right way? And, more importantly, how can we help them to avoid the mistakes we’ve made?

In this session, Dave (Strong Money Australia) and Hayden (co-founder of Pearler) cover some crucial money concepts to pass on. They also discuss how to frame complex topics (like compound interest and delayed gratification) in a way that anyone can understand. Finally, they share some tips for imparting money wisdom to those stubborn learners in your life. Whether you have children, or simply want to make the world a better place, this episode is for you.

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