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Why Atypical Finance is Different
When was the last time you felt like you were doing something you had to do rather than what you wanted to do? For some of us, that’s getting up to go to a job we hate. For others, it’s cutting back on spending on the things we want. Then, some of us feel like every time we spend we’re doing something wrong.
The last time I checked, Van Gogh didn’t color in the lines to create The Starry Night. Michelangelo didn’t paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by following another person who outlined everything for him beforehand.
So why should you try and manage your money the exact same way someone else does? Why try and do things the typical way?
See, I don’t believe you have to stop spending money, or that all debt is bad, or that you have to fit into some sort of mold to be financially successful.
It’s all about managing your money in a way that makes sense for you.
You might thrive on making sure every dollar has a job, but I don’t. Your best friend might be really successful using only cash all the time, but that might not work for you. And that’s OK because that’s how it’s supposed to be. We are all unique.
My method of managing money teaches you how to do things your way. And that makes it natural and easy, and most importantly, effective.