Do You Know How To Deal With
That’s the number of websites which give personal finance and/or entrepreneurship advice.
Ok, maybe not that many, but it sure as hell seems like it, doesn’t it?
It’s almost like everyone on the planet is an expert and thinks you can benefit from doing what they have to “advise”.
- If you don’t follow them, you’re an idiot (like if you don’t want to scrimp and save every penny you have no brain)!
- You need to figure out whether or not the advice is “real” or if it’s one of those “…but I did stay at a Holiday Inn last night”-type things (like oh, I did my own taxes once so now I think I’m qualified to give others tax advice).
- People who simply list shit without any background or explanations of how’s or why’s (like 1001 ways to save money by DIY but it’s just a list of things that can be done without any context)
- Comparing apples to oranges (like a non-parent giving parenting advice).
Yup, it’s enough to make you feel just what Superman up there is feeling!
But that’s why you’re here, to get the checklist I created to help you figure out whether you should be following advice you find online, or whether you should toss it like that fuzzy food-substance you find in the back of your fridge!
For the super-low cost of providing your first name and a real email address, you get my easy-to-follow 5-step process for making that decision.
And, if you’re worried about spam, don’t fret, I absolutely hate the stuff, and would never send it your way. Cross my heart and hope to die!