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Financial Responsibility

In this Show

On today’s episode, Grant discusses how he defines financial responsibility and practices it as part of his daily life. The truth is, most people don’t even know what they have—which is a major violation of financial responsibility. What you pay attention to is where you get results.

Watch as Grant explains his simple four step process and how to incorporate it in to your daily life:
1. Commit
2. Confront
3. Control
4. Commit again

If you want to achieve financial responsibility, this is a simplistic strategy to do so.

How often do you review YOUR finances?

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