Dan has recently been witnessing the decline in health of his beloved pet dog. In this episode, he examines the situation and extrapolates its meaning to life in retirement.
Listen in to hear the lessons Dan has learned from analyzing the personality changes of his pet, and how it all relates back to finances. Caution: If you’re a dog lover, you may find today’s episode to be a little emotional. Still, it’s well worth a listen.

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • What people need to remind themselves of when witnessing the health decline of a loved one.
  • How this is linked to finances.
  • The unique experience humans have in death.
  • What people base their financial decisions on.
  • Dan’s advice for dealing with strained relationships.
  • The psychological motivations of humans.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

[bctt tweet=”I’m not a big believer in waiting until the future to fulfill your ‘bucket list.’ I’m a big believer that you live in the present, always. – @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

[bctt tweet=”Personal finances are all about life, and if you don’t think our life gets in the way of personal finances, well, I’ve got news for you.- @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

[bctt tweet=”Life is not linear. Returns are not linear. You’re going to have good years; you’re going to have bad years. It’s just the way the game works.- @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

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