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What Game of Thrones Can Teach Us About Money

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Game of Thrones

Winter is coming! Well, it got here last night…that is if you’re a Game of Thrones fan. As most regular readers of Frugal Rules know, I love Game of Thrones! It is easily my favorite show on television and is incredibly well done.

If you’re like me, you were eagerly awaiting the premiere this past Sunday night as HBO was constantly running previews to promote the show. A big part of what I love about the show is that it’s full of quality writing and different storylines. Another thing I love about Game of Thrones is how it talks about money and how you should manage your financial livelihood. Any Game of Thrones fan knows the infamous line “A Lannister always pays his debts”, but there is so much more that can be applied to money matters if you look below the surface. Beyond that well-known line, you can also find parts of the show which cover things such as estate planning, separating emotions from your finances, looking for money making opportunities and much more.

 

Check out my first post at Daily Finance to learn about some of the killer money lessons hidden throughout the show…

 

Photo courtesy of: Maria Morri

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John is the founder of Frugal Rules, a dad, husband and veteran of the financial services industry whose writing has been featured in Forbes, CNBC, Yahoo Finance and more.

Passionate about helping people learn from his mistakes, John shares financial tools and tips to help you enjoy the freedom that comes from living frugally. One of his favorite tools is Personal Capital , which he used to plan for retirement and keep track of his finances in less than 15 minutes each month.

Another one of John's passions is helping people save $80 per month by axing their expensive cable subscriptions and replacing them with more affordable ones, like Hulu with Live TV.

2 Comments

  • Haha! I love it! We don’t have HBO, so I haven’t seen more than a few episodes. But I’m eagerly awaiting the next book, which is a financial lesson in and of itself: once you make a gazillion dollars, you only sit down to write the next book when YOU feel like it. :/

    • John says:

      Ha ha, that’s very true! I’m still needing to read the books myself and waiting on my wife to finish with the first one. I just may need to break down and buy it myself. 🙂

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