Balance explores the relationships between money, health, happiness, and purpose, offering evidence-based tips and insights to help readers achieve a fulfilling and well-rounded life.
The target group of Balance is individuals seeking to improve their overall life satisfaction by understanding the relationships between money, health, happiness, and purpose, and making informed decisions based on their core values.Buy the book
Maximize life satisfaction by prioritizing experiences, relationships, health, core values, and gratitude.
Income, neighborhood, and mindset intertwine in the complex pursuit of happiness.
Low-cost index funds triumph over actively managed funds, maximizing long-term gains by minimizing fees and avoiding the pitfalls of chasing past winners.
Embracing sustainable investments, eco-friendly habits, and mindful consumption can lead to a happier, greener future for all.
Chores and financial education shape children's success, fostering responsibility, perseverance, and emotional intelligence.
Balance by Andrew Hallam is a guide to achieving holistic success in life by focusing on the intersection of wealth, health, and happiness. The book offers insights and practical advice on how to maximize life satisfaction through spending, investing, and lifestyle choices.
Andrew Hallam is a renowned financial educator, speaker, and former high school teacher. He is known for his expertise in personal finance and investment strategies, helping individuals achieve financial independence through informed decision-making.
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