My Guest on the Show…
Author, speaker, entrepreneur and money-behavior expert Darryl Lyons is on the show today to talk to the middle class about our behavior with money.
If you’re not on food stamps or you’re not vacationing on your yacht, then you and I both would be considered the middle class…and we have unique challenges.
All of us our continually hyper-marketed to on a daily basis to get us to spend our money on “stuff” right now and putting off any kind of delayed gratification.
Think about our credit cards, Amazon one-click, Apple-Pay, “Hey Alexa”, and all the other ways to spend money without really “feeling” money.
But what happens when our spending doesn’t leave room for saving and we don’t save enough? Did you know that $1 million is no longer enough to retire with and saving 15% of your gross income still isn’t going to get you to your goals?
And how much should you have saved at each age (30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80…)?
How do you know when you have enough saved and what are things you should be doing to ensure you pivot into chapter two of life with enough to start chapter two.
Ben vs Arthur Example
Are you enjoying the podcast?
If you do, would you be willing to leave a review for the show here? The more reviews the podcast receives, the more people will learn about it!
The Money Peach Podcast is brought to you by my #1 online program for showing you how to budget, how much to save, how to manage your debt payoff, when to save for retirement, what to teach your kids about money, and how to build a legacy to last beyond your lifetime.
If you find yourself continuing to live paycheck-to-paycheck and wondering where all the money went at the end of the month, it’s time to finally make a positive change. Welcome to the class they forgot to teach you about money – Awesome Money Course.
Mentioned in this Episode
Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook
Money is 10% math and 90% behavior [2:47]
Defining middle America [5:27]
How much should you have saved for retirement at every age? [6:12]
Why $1 million is not enough to retire [8:53]
Time vs investment [12:00]
Ben vs Arthur [13:22]
Prepare, pivot, purpose [16:38]
Biggest behavior mistakes [20:30]