Money Lessons Learned From Home Construction

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Many years ago I worked in a municipal permits and inspections department. Builders came in and applied for permits, we issued them and then took care of the inspections to make sure that homes and business were being built according to the current building codes. You wouldn’t think there would be too many money lessons to be learned in such a job, but many years later I realized that I’d learned how to build a stable financial life, in part, by watching houses being built.

I’m always frustrated by people who have the magical idea that a stable, successful financial life just somehow “happens.” They seem to think that they deserve to have everything fall into p


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One Response to Money Lessons Learned From Home Construction

  1. jubair says:

    a stable financial life has to be built over time. It’s no different than building a house, really. thanks

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