What I learn from watching TV

What I learn from watching TV

I LOVE TV!!

I probably watch at least 6 different shows a season. I DVR all of them so I have time to watch them during the weekends and skip the commercials.

From Sons of Anarchy to Downton Abbey I watch them all, but in watching all of these shows I've found I've been able to glean some great lessons on life.

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Like in White Collar, the entire premise of the show is about a very attractive criminal named Neil Caffrey. He's a forger, con artist and thief who is caught by the FBI and forced to work with them as a consultant to shorten his sentence.

 

First lesson: Crime doesn't pay. Or rather it does but you're bound to get caught.

Second lesson: When in a bind use your transferable skills. Employers love transferable skills!

So what kind of financial lessons can you learn from watching TV? Here is a link to a great article by Michael Estrin of Bankrate.com explaining 7 Financial Lessons from "Game of Thrones"

While you read that I'll be off working on my Chemistry set, feel free to call me Hiesenberg.

~ Nicole Olsen

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