By Lionel Yeo
I have a love-hate relationship with email.
On one hand, I love getting emails from my readers. I love your insights, your comments, and the great questions I get every week.
However with the volume of emails I get, it’s also super hard for me to carry out a decent email conversation with any given person. Email is awesome when your question can be answered with 1-2 sentences. However, it sucks when you’re looking for in-depth advice that will truly help you.
For example, I get plenty of emails from readers who ask questions like:
- “How do I get started at investing?”
- “How do you decide how much to allocate towards saving, housing, investing, etc?”
- And (I kid you not): “Can you teach me how to find a beautiful girl to marry”
Questions like these don’t have easy answers. Especially that last one, because I have zero emotions and am literally the worst person to ask for love advice.
If you’re looking for truly in-depth advice, you probably won’t find it in your email. You won’t find it in the comments section of some blog. Instead, the best way to get good, honest advice is in-person.
The Best Place To Get Advice
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