Remember when you were in school and had to cram hundreds of pages from a textbook (or two) into your head before a big exam? How you decided to study likely says something about the way you learn best. Some people learn most effectively by hearing material, others by reading or rewriting it, and still others by seeing it presented visually. For some, experiential learning makes the best fit. But in all these cases, learning involves turning information into knowledge. New knowledge is built on the foundation of previous learning, and it’s nurtured through constructive interaction with those around us. To that end, consider engaging this perspective from our community of thought leaders to help foster this financial knowledge and advance the holistic plan designed around you and your life.