Last fall, Team Bell (and friends) had the opportunity to test out Austin Rowing Club’s new training vessel on Lady Bird Lake. We had an awesome time! The boat is extremely stable which allows beginners to focus on technique without worrying about tipping over.
It has been several months since we were last out on the lake, but this amazing spring weather brought back the memories. Rowing is one of those sports that looks a lot easier than it actually is in practice. Rowing at a competitive level takes concentration, coordination, and teamwork (not to mention strength, endurance, and a lot of time in the water).
On the surface, managing one’s personal financial life seems relatively straightforward as well –make money, save money, invest prudently–not too complicated. In practice, however, our financial lives can become much more complex. If you are reading this, you have probably achieved some measure of success in your career. That’s great, but has that success translated into financial independence? Are you financially fit? Are you managing your resources at a competitive level? If not, perhaps all you need is a good coach to help you develop a sound plan to keep you on track so that you can achieve your important long-term goals.
Listen to counsel and accept discipline, that you may be wise the rest of your days.