Introduction to Critical Thinking
Welcome to what is the first of what I hope to be many articles so that we may get to know each other, and dive into the topic of finance together. I hope that as we develop our relationship, you'll feel comfortable reaching out to me for any of your financial questions or concerns.
Much of what we've been taught to do in today's society is to REACT, rather than to think through things. It's a common tactic that often holds us back from the results we truly desire. This is because knee-jerk reactions are often rooted in fear. For example, many rash and reactionary decisions were made during the subprime mortgage crisis that didn't necessarily HELP. People made decisions out of fear, without slowing down to think about the implications of these actions.
Critical thought takes time and understanding, and a desire to educate oneself. Once we begin that journey of perpetual learning, it becomes easier to engage in critical thought, rather than succumbing to fear.
I don't say all this to point fingers or to incite more fear--rather I say it from a place of love and encouragement. That you're capable of taking control of your life, even if it doesn't feel like it right now. You can call the shots, and steer the course for Prosperity. And if you choose, I am simply here to guide you.
For more thoughts on the subject, I encourage you to watch the accompanying video.
Thank you, and have a blessed day.