Winfred McKendrick coaches people on their money spending habits. He explains how one's income influences their spending behaviors. He elaborates on how people live paycheck to paycheck, and are so dependent on credit cards for emergencies. Our nature is to use up people's money, therefore he explains how we should limit the money we have access to in order to live beyond paycheck to paycheck. McKendrick makes anecdotal references to his son investing in stocks and explains the risks involved in stocks.
Money, Slavery, Income Dependent Lifestyle, BOD, TOT, Shares, Facebook, and Stocks.
Arts and Humanities | History | Public History | Social History
McKendrick, Winfred "Chad" and Butler, Kennedy, "Personal Finance" (2017). The Communities Conference Audio Archive. 4.