Where the Money Goes
00:00 - 03:06
3m 6s

Explains the sources of income and expenses in a typical household and how to change the flow of them.


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While walking through his cornfield one evening, Ray hears a voice whispering, "If you build it, he will come." Ray continues hearing the voice before finally seeing a vision of a baseball diamond in his field. However, his brother-in-law, Mark, cannot see the baseball players and warns Ray that he will go bankrupt unless he replants his crops. While in the field, Ray hears the voice again and is torn on what to do. Ray is the ego, the voice is the superego, and Mark is the id.