When we know better, do we do better? Why are there so many areas in our lives where we need reminders and prodding to make things happen that we already know we should…or shouldn’t…do? In this episode, host Matt Hall is joined by bestselling author Dr. Daniel Crosby who brings to life the “knowing-doing gap,” the three Es for changing our behavior, and why constant praise is not the best way to raise successful children. Listen on Apple or click below.
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A year out from the fear and uncertainty that caused the rapid pandemic-driven market crash of 2020, the financial media is back at it again with what they do best: spinning stories about the latest must-have investments. In this episode, Matt Hall explains why the boring route is the satisfying road to successful investing. Listen on Apple or click below.
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