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What Does the NCAA Championship Game Teach Us About Planning?


What does the NCAA Championship game teach us about planning? It has more in common with a good investment strategy than you may think!

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Hello, welcome to Arista Advice! Hope you enjoy our background. It's a spring day here in sunny Las Vegas, and we're outside our office in the back courtyard, coming to you live. Well, question the week: "Paul, what does the NCAA Championship game teach us about planning?" 

Was that not an exciting game between the Kansas Jayhawks and the North Carolina Tar Heels? The first half, the North Carolina Tar Heels dominated. They were up by 15. It didn't look like there was any wind in the sail of the Kansas Jayhawks team, but halftime happened, they came out, a new team came out, and they just kept taking a small step, small step, taking a notch, a notch, a notch and improving themselves every possession, and lo and behold, guess what happened? The Kansas Jayhawks are the 2022 NCAA National Men's Championship basketball heroes.

There's a lot of lessons there! Stay focused. When things are against you, stay disciplined. Keep your investment plan always in your mind. Give us a call! We can talk about it, but don't give up. Don't throw the towel in. Like the Jayhawks, they stayed at it. They improved themselves every possession. They took small steps, and lo and behold, they won. 

The comeback was one of the the biggest ever in national title games. So the conclusion is, like the NCAA Championship Game, the Kansas Jayhawks stayed disciplined, stayed focused. They monitored. They went back into their huddle. They took the timeouts. They collected their thoughts and ideas, and they went out and executed. 

So let's always stay focused on the financial game of life to get you to your financial goals. Remember, go to AristaWealth.com to look at other tools, tips, and videos, and always remember to live a life of significance.