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I hope I have become wiser as I have aged. For I have surely aged! I work in Human Resources & Training at the bank, and we had a great manager’s round table discussion the other day, and I had possibly the best question that has ever come up in one of our sessions. A young, very new manager asked: “If you knew then, what you know now (about managing people), what would you do differently?”
And every manager in the room had an answer. This was a great reflective question. We had engaging and wise comments shared, and so, I am going to turn this question inward, twist it a little, and share: “If I knew then, what I know now, about preparing for my financial future, what would I do differently?”
Yes, I was a not-so-smart-but -thought-I-was-da-bomb-college-graduate-newlywed-burgeoning-career person, way back when, and as I am now aiming for some financial goals so I can live comfortably in a few years, here’s how I answered my own question:
If I knew then, what I know now, I would do these things differently, to plan for a more secure financial future:
Hindsight is 20/20. So, hopefully I’ve learned. If nothing else, maybe my ‘shoulda coulda wouldhave’s’ will help someone else make better decisions.blog comments powered by Disqus