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The 80 Percent

How To Handle Financial Regrets and What Ifs

Season 14, Ep. 167

Welcome to Episode 167 of The 80 Percent.

In this episode, we talk about how to handle regret, financial or otherwise, and how to ultimately find peace with the past. So, if you've ever found yourself pondering 'what if' or wishing you could turn back time, then let’s talk about it today.

For the show notes, visit my blog post here.

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