Brad Klontz Quotes

Who is Brad Klontz?

Dr. Bradley Klontz is a financial planner, expert in financial psychology and author.

Klontz wrote the books 'Facilitating Financial Health' and 'Mind over Money'.

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Facilitating Financial Health Quotes

“Addressing the past can be a critical component of achieving financial health, especially for clients with long-term patterns of problematic money behavior.”

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“All the financial knowledge in the world will not benefit clients if they are unable or unwilling psychologically to act on that knowledge.”

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“Clients who have experienced traumatic or painful experiences around money are often unaware of the ways in which their past experiences cloud their future. They often think they just don't understand money and need more technical information on the planning process.”

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“Events and emotions from the past have shaped what clients think, feel, and believe about money. This, in turn, affects their financial behavior and choices in the present.”

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“Financial coaches help clients create the future they want. Coaching includes practical considerations in the present and an exploration of the past experiences that may hinder or help clients in setting and achieving their goals.”

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Mind over Money Quotes

“Beware of an investment that looks too good to be true, because it probably is.”

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Mind over Money

“The basics of financial health aren’t complicated, and they’re pretty much the same, no matter who you are or your level of wealth. They are even the same whether you’re talking about a person, a family, a company, or a country: Save now and invest for the future. Spend reasonable amounts of money to enjoy life and accomplish your goals, but spend less than you earn.”

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“The idea that women shouldn’t worry about money, or that it’s not ladylike to be good with money, is thankfully going the way of the eight-track tape and the 56K modem. Still, many women who are adults today grew up with some version of that lesson.”

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Twitter post Quotes

“A study with a sample size of 100 is at least 100x more valid than your opinion.”

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“Adults choose their relational experiences, right?”

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“An investment is an asset acquired with the goal of generating income or appreciation.

So I ask you, without changing the definition of 'investment' to prove your point.

Is a home an investment?”

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“Are you here to get smarter or just to prove yourself right?”

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“Best to lose all your money 'trading' when you’re young so you can learn your lesson before you have any real money to lose.”

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“Canceling your Netflix subscription and making coffee at home won’t make you a millionaire.

Unless you take the money and invest it then it will.”

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“Do you ask Ronald McDonald to sign a cheeseburger, go down to the post office, and mail it to you for free?

Then why you asking an author to sign a book, go down to the post office, and mail it to you for free?”

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“Don’t get it twisted. You have to make your life better because nobody is going to do it for you. And I mean nobody.”

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“Don’t let hindsight bias fool you. You’re just as bad at predicting the future today as you were yesterday.”

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“Downward markets flush out the clowns and create investors.”

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“Everyone wins when everyone has an equal shot at success.”

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“External locus of control:

Let other people make decisions for you and then complain about them.

When things go wrong in your life always chalk it up to just some bad luck.

If you’re feeling grouchy just think about your partner for a few seconds and find a reason to pin it on them.

Blame all the problems in your life on other people so you can feel mad instead of bad.

Never have the final word on a decision so you can always blame someone else later on.”

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“Financial Trauma:
The Great Depression led to a generation of hoarders.
How do you think COVID will impact this generation?”

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“Having money won’t solve all your problems but it can solve a hell of a lot of them.”

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“How old were you when you realized that with just a little bit of saving and investing you could join the ranks of the wealthy?”

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“I love it when a 20 year-old asks me for investing advice. Takes me less than a minute to make them a future millionaire.”

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“I wish more people had the courage to be authentic. Life would be way more interesting.”

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“I’m hustling to get rich enough for my grandkids to be 'patron of the arts' kinda rich.”

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“If you can’t change the game consider becoming a better player.”

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“If you don't 'care' about money does that make you a better person?”

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“If you don’t like your job you should seriously consider liking it.”

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“If you get the money before the mindset, the money goes 'poof'.”

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