Aug 15, 2018
In the 17th episode of the Confident Wealth Podcast, Bill Bush
and Pete Bush from the Horizon Financial Group talk about a concept
that Pete Bush refers to as distracted finance. Learn some
strategies to prevent yourself from losing track of your financial
Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 00:55 – There are parallels between distracted finance
and distracted driving.
- 02:20 – At stop lights, most people are probably not checking
their financial records.
- 03:06 – You can’t do two things at once with full
- 06:30 – People get distracted with regards to their money.
- 06:47 – People may not have a financial plan to get distracted
from to start with.
- 08:13 – Pay attention to your wealth like you do with your
health—with regular check-ins.
- 10:14 – Seek a financial advisor, and develop a plan.
- 12:20 – Once you have a plan, take responsibility and see an
advisor with a system in place.
3 Key Points:
- Many people don’t have a financial plan to be distracted from
in the first place.
- Pay attention to your wealth like you do with your health—with
- Get your head out of today, and think three years into the
- “It’s all about being present right? You
can’t be in two places at once.” – Pete Bush.
- “The overwhelming majority of people don’t
have the plan (financial) to begin with.” – Pete Bush.
- “It’s really just about becoming present in
your financial situation. Don’t take your eyes off of the road.
Don’t look down on other things.” – Bill Bush.