As the summer weather arrives many of us return to activities that make us feel renewed and energized. For me, yoga has always played a part in keeping me connected and able to take on the unexpected. I have been thinking about the many parallels that yoga and financial planning play in my life so I've decided to share these with you in hopes that you can apply them to your own.
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What yoga is teaching me about financial planning
Beata Dragovics, MSFP®,CFP®
I started practicing yoga more than ten years ago and I can honestly say that it has changed my life for the better. It helped me deal with grief, launch my financial planning business, focus on what matters most, and has simply given me more energy in my every-day life. Today yoga is becoming more and more popular around the world. From Silicon Valley offices to tiny villages in Africa, people everywhere are learning about the benefits of blending mindfulness and physical activity.
How can I possibly find connection between yoga and financial planning? I believe the comparisons are endless and hopefully I can help you apply some of these to your own life.
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