BYU Management Society St. Louis Chapter. Increasing Personal Freedom through Wise Money Management July 11, 2014 Bryan Sudweeks, Ph.D., CFA From the BYU Marriott School of Management website on Personal Finance at http://personalfinance.byu.net. Who I Am.
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Wise Money Management
July 11, 2014
Bryan Sudweeks, Ph.D., CFA
From the BYU Marriott School of Management website on
A. Our perspective
B. The “why’s” (doctrines)
C. The “what’s” (principles)
D. The “how’s” (application)
E. Ideas to learn it and live it
1. Ownership: Everything we have is the Lord’s
2. Stewardship: We are stewards over all that the Lord has, is, or will share with us
3. Agency: The gift of “choice” is man’s most precious inheritance
4. Accountability: We are accountable for every choice we make
President Spencer W. Kimball counseled:
It is like learning charity, attending church, serving others, or doing missionary work.
Leaders and parents should be learning, doing, and teaching the “whys”, “whats”, and “hows” of personal finance to their ward members and families, the doctrines, principles and applicationConclusions
1. Spiritual: To bring us to Christ
2. Temporal: To help us become wiser stewards
3. Family: To help us return with our families to Heavenly Father’s presence
4. Individual: To help us accomplish our divine missions for which we each were sent here to earth