Albert Einstein once said, "Games are the most elevated form of investigation."
We're in the thick of tax season after an extremely challenging year, so it's an odd time to think about playing games, isn't it? Actually, there's been a lot of news lately about "gamification." What is that? In a basic sense, it's creating challenges and rewards around certain aspects of life to make them more enjoyable.
The benefits of gamification are supported by science and psychology - the burst of dopamine your brain gets when you achieve a goal taps into pleasure centers and can reinforce a habit. Be careful with what you gamify, though. Investing your life savings isn't a game. Ensure that any financial decisions you make align with your long-term goals. I'm here to help point you in the right direction.
Got a question? Just ask. If you'd like, drop me a line and we can see what you've achieved so far this year - and maybe even place the bar a little higher for next year. Lastly, here are a few financial articles I thought you'd find interesting. Read, share, and react-and let's keep in touch.
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All my best,
Lucinda A. Lambros