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PB43: How Much Will It Take?

“Days go slow. Years go fast.” – Marcus realizes in this week’s Money Minute and This Week in Work hybrid. Rich and Marcus realize that “life comes at you fast” is more than a catchy insurance commercial quote. On this episode, we discuss practical tips for helping ensure you move forward at the speed of life. Topics include:

  • “The Career Tripod” or three tips you can start using today to meet your career and personal goals at the same [gosh darn] time
  • A LifeHack Marcus is trying for 2017 to make at least one personal or professional improvement every week of the year
  • ProTips for how you can actualize your Main Plan, Back-up Plan, and Back-up Back-up Plan



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One Comment

  1. I’m with you on the 12 month plan. That’s about as far as the average person can look. You just never know where your job will be in 12 months so looking past 12 months is discouraging for some people.

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