Romance seems like such a good idea – you know, later. You’ve given some thought to it, and you’re going to start, as soon as…

  • You have time, because that’s going to magically appear… or…
  • You finally have the right staff-to-revenue ratio (oh, the dream)… or…
  • You decide to stop expanding or launching that next venture – because you’re going to suddenly change who you are and what you do.
  • Romance will suddenly appear (just like in the movies!), complete with the right person who will “get” you and will require very, very little from you.

Uh, no. That’s just not how it works.

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Julia Chung

Julia Chung

Co-Founder, Sr. Financial Planner at Spring Financial Planning
With twenty years' experience in the financial services industry, education in both personal and corporate finance, business and family law, cross border planning, family dynamics, insurance, risk management, operations management, and strategy, Julia is a powerhouse financial planner and the co-founder of Spring Financial Planning.
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