What Can Squirrels Teach Us About Saving?

July 27, 2018 | posted in: Blog, Employee Education | by
They’re smart and adaptable, and they plan!
Darwin said the organisms don’t need to be the smartest to survive, they need to be the most adaptable.  Grey squirrels are a double threat:  they are both smart and adaptable, equally at home in the woods, a backyard, or the city.
It turns out they also have a phenomenal ability to change their behavior to survive, including finding, storing, and retrieving nuts.1  This puts them close to humans’ ability to meet a long-dated future goal, such as saving money.
Read more here about what we can learn about saving from our furry friends.