By Laura Webb, of Webb Investment Services, Inc., in Asheville
It’s important to be prepared for life’s inevitable changes.
For years, I joked that I was a “Murphy’s Law” person, but I had never looked up what it really meant. When I did, I was surprised to learn the old adage’s meaning:“ANYTHING THAT CAN GO WRONG, WILL GO WRONG.”
Not what I thought it meant, and not what I believe. My philosophy is more like, “If you properly prepare, then things are much less likely to go wrong. If you do not prepare, then you are tempting fate.”
And, if, by chance, things go wrong anyway, you will have prepared to navigate those circumstances, too.
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