My 5 for Friday (August 16, 2019)

How can you avoid money fights with your spouse? What mistake could you be making during a market downturn? And how can you help young leaders succeed?

All these questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.

  1. 5 Ways to Help Young Leaders Succeed by Ron Edmondson. An important aspect of leadership is developing and investing in the next generation of leaders. What does this look like? Ron Edmondson points out five ways to help young leaders succeed that will encourage you in your investment in young leaders.
  2. How to Avoid the Most Common Fights About Money by Brent Rinehart. Why can money bring so much tension into a marriage? Brent Rinehart shows how to avoid the most common fights about money, and reminds the reader that, “a great marriage involves open conversations about money and developing a shared vision of what the financial future should look like.”
  3. You may be tempted to make this mistake as the market tanks. Here’s what to do instead. by Lorie Konish. A lot of emotion can come along with a market downturn, and this can often lead to rash decision-making. Lorie Konish advises that instead, “Most people should hold off before making any moves during market tumult.”
  4. 5 People Most Crucial To Your Leadership Success by Dan Darling. “Leaders who don’t intentionally surround themselves with the right kind of people are setting themselves up for failure.” So who are the right kind of people? Here, Dan Darling shows us the five different types of people that are most crucial to leadership success. Check it out.
  5. Does Good Debt Exist? by Ron Blue. Is there such thing as good debt? And if so, what is it? Check out this article from Ron Blue, where he gives you different questions to ask before taking on debt, to make sure it’s not the kind of debt you’ll regret later.  

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