Highlights of today's show:
- Special Thanksgiving edition of the podcast
- The importance of being thankful
- What I am financially thankful for in 2013
- Until you appreciate what you have you will never be content with what you get
- How you can help with the 2013 Year End Podcast
Welcome to a special edition of the JW's Financial Coaching Podcast. As many of you know the show has been on hiatus while my wife and I were having our second child. Well I am happy to report that mom and baby son are doing well and we are adjusting to home life with two young boys.
Today's show is based on a blog post I wrote last week titled "What I am thankful for". It has been a very busy 2013 for my family and it is hard to believe that 2014 is right around the corner. With that being said I'm very thankful this year and I go into detail about the three areas I am most thankful for this year.
You can also participate in the next special podcast. Like last year, I am planning on doing a year end podcast starring YOU. That's right, you, the listener. All I am asking for people to do is take five minutes to fill out the following survey and answer the following two questions:
- What one thing have you done to improve your finances in 2013?
- What one thing are you looking forward to doing in 2014 with your finances?
Thanks in advance for your cooperation and willingness to share. I had a blast doing this last year and I know a lot of people were encouraged by everyone sharing their accomplishments and goals. I look forward to an even bigger and better show in 2013.
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