Financial Lessons From Football

Just ahead of the 2020 College Bowl extravaganza, check out these financial lessons we can learn from the classic game of football.

  1. Review Your Game Plan – You haven’t saved enough for retirement … or for college. Your credit card debt is spiraling. You”ve been blindsided by unexpected expenses. When your finances hit a rough patch, call a time out and review your game plan. Rethink your strategy to account for changes in your personal life, the economy, or market conditions.
  2.   Focus on Financials –Big plays are important, but so is steady execution. Even seasoned players need to focus on game fundamentals. One important financial fundamental is your budget. Once you know exactly how much money is coming in and how much is going out, you can identify what plays to call to get your finances back in shape.
  3. Make Adjustments – Football teams make adjustments throughout the game. As you begin to make forward progress, keep the momentum going by regularly reviewing and fine-tuning your own game plan to balance competing priorities. Soon you’ll be better prepared to tackle the challenges that stand between you and your financial goals.

“It’s not whether you get knocked down, it’s whether you get back up.” – Vince Lombardi
Check out the bowl schedule for 2019-2020 from ESPN.Com right here

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