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My Journey to becoming a Certified Financial Planner (CFP)

I hope that you’ve enjoyed reading my blog posts just as much as I’ve enjoyed writing them.  I’m still considered a newbie to PF (Personal Finance) blogging and let me tell you…it’s no walk in the park.  Why?  Because I care about the quality of content that I post on this blog.  I want my posts to be insightful and informative yet entertaining and colorful. (I’m still working on the colorful and entertaining part). 🙂

Anyway, I know that you don’t really know a lot about me, so I’m taking this opportunity to open up a little and tell you about a goal that I’ve been working on for quite some time. If you’ve read my About Me post, then you do know that I’m a lover of everything personal finance.  This all began some years back when I first started listening to Dave Ramsey and Clark Howard.  Even though their philosophies were different, their passion for personal finance and helping people were the same.  Their impact was so great that it ultimately inspired me to take the leap and start the long journey to becoming a CFP (Certified Financial Planner).

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