Have you ever heard of the platonic dish? It's the idea that there is only one perfect way to make a meal. That idea has faded in the food industry -- it's the reason we have a seemingly infinite variety of options at the grocery store and the "have it your way" mentality of many restaurants -- but it has been slow to catch on in personal finance.
In this video we are joined by the author if The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lesson on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness, Morgan Housel. Join us as Morgan explains that while many of us are still encouraged to make "smart" decisions with our money, a better goal is to be more "reasonable" with our money.
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