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Money Boosts from Unexpected Places: Ten Areas of Personal Growth That Link Well with Personal Finance Success

For many people, “personal finance” becomes a separate and distinct area in their lives, completely blocked off from how they choose to spend their time and energy. It becomes little more than a register of dollars and cents and an overarching rule that you just need to watch out when you spend money. The truth is that financial success comes not just from how you spend your money, but also how you spend your time and energy.
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