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“You can’t change your financial situation until you change the way you think.”

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Prof_Brian_Ayers   Brian “The Financial Philosopher” Ayers is a serial entrepreneur, business owner and author.  He enjoys studying the history and physiology of money to understand why we behave the way we do with money.  His “Financial Philosophy” segments on Financial Soul Radio has jarred listeners with its harsh realism and tongue in cheek sarcasm.