Dan, Derek, and Anthony delve into the relationship of Generation X with wealth, monetary and otherwise. Gen X is in what could be considered a difficult position when it comes to traditional financial thinking: we were sucker-punched by the Great Recession during our prime earning/saving years, we have more debt than other generations, and we’re even filing for bankruptcy more. What portion of these seemingly dire financial issues is beyond our control, and how much of it is self-inflicted?
The guys also discuss how wealth and abundance are more than just dollar signs. What are the other measures of success and security beyond what’s in our bank accounts?
Finally, can Generation X dig deep and get creative in order to secure more financial and spiritual wealth? It’s up to all of us to find out!
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