Visualizing Your Way to Wealth

By Dr. Rikki Racela, WCI Columnist

As budding doctors in the throes of medical school studying, there is a famous book that most, if not all, medical students purchase to learn about microbiology called, Clinical Microbiology Made Ridiculously Simple. You know the one I’m talking about: the book with absolutely hilarious pictures that are memorable depictions of microbiology-related facts. From the picture of people wearing gold medals to memorize Staph Aureus to a sick rhino with a runny nose who’s holding a bottle of Nyquil and a Corona beer to reinforce rhinovirus and coronavirus as the sources of the common cold, this book was highly effective in learning very dry, factual information in a fun and visually engaging manner.

How does this relate to the world of personal finance?

We can use the same method of using visuals to help us attain in-depth financial knowledge and also achieve our financial goals. In my financial literacy journey, I have recognized that, when it comes…

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