What’s a recession, how do we prepare for it, and why?
Retirement is expensive. Period. Start now. Start now. Start now.
You’ve landed your first job and your first ever paycheck has just come in. It’s an amazing feeling of accomplishment, self-sustenance and independence, all mixed into one. Before you start your shopping spree to celebrate, hold on to your money a little longer and start planning on how to spend it wisely – make that amazing feeling last!
What’s going to set you apart is not these unrefined rocks you’ve consolidated over the years.
What will set you apart from your peers and push you into the next tier of your career is the skill you’re going to pay attention and put effort into developing in 2020 and moving forward.
Katy Perry sang it best: Do you ever feel, feel so paper thinLike a house of cardsOne blow from caving in As an adult, we find ourselves lacking the time and space to sit and reflect on our strengths and weaknesses. Some days, we feel like a house of cards one blow from caving in,Continue reading “3 Mental Fix-Ups That Will Propel You To Success”
Put structure around your goals: As with any goal-setting process, writing down your goals is an important first step in planning for the future.
By taking away imminent and real impediments in our systems, technology acts more as an enabler than the aforementioned looming giant in the corner, waiting to take over our jobs. It allows experienced and creative professionals to go one step further for their clients.
Do you find yourself running low on funds days or even weeks before your next payday? Spending money is so easy that it makes saving money seem hard. Taking a step back to assess your money habits can help identify and eradicate the bad ones that are causing you to have too much month at the end of your money.
Don’t let one person’s fear of your success intimidate you.
Being a successful investor requires emotional balance, diligence, and discipline. Having exposure to the business and technology world, my take on investment tips is (thankfully) not as narrowed as the typical analyst advice would be.