Perfectionism is something we are always pursuing, but sometimes, it can turn into your biggest obstacle. Today, Ken explains how you should continue learning every day, embrace the fact you will never know everything and recommends us to keep move forward instead of looking for perfection. To him, the best way to get near perfection is to pull the trigger and just do the things that you want to do!

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • Ken starts the podcast with a little “rant” about lawyers, attorneys, and CPAs – 2:06
  • How Tammi’s Blueprint process has helped Ken in his practice – 3:23
  • Ken talks about his quality to see things with “a different eye” – 3:38
  • Ken dives into today’s topic: Perfection – 4:30
  • Never lose your money – 5:33
  • Perfection is just an excuse to not start something – 6:24
  • How perfection is different for everyone, for example, for Ken’s wife – 7:18
  • A story about a house renovation – 7:47
  • Striving to try to be perfect – 9:45
  • Sometimes, imperfections make things perfect – 10:57
  • Seeking perfection can cost a lot of money, embrace the fact you are always thriving – 11:54
  • Ken tells us how he created an alternative investment strategy for a family – 13:25
  • At the time it wasn’t perfect but it was pretty close, nowadays they are still adjusting their plan – 14:00
  • He describes his relationship with clients as a covenant – 15:17
  • You never will know it all but you have to move forward – 16:48
  • Ken talks about the concept of “Kaisen” – 17:13
  • The best way to improve things is to make it simple and fun – 18:22
  • You have to let things go  – 20:12
  • As long as you are learning, you are improving – 20:58
  • A quote from Walt Disney leads to an interesting story about alternative investments – 22:55
  • Get in touch with Ken Greene – 28:10

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