At the beginning of this year I wrote a post called ‘Smart Money Moves 2018,’ which was focused on providing tips and advice on how to make better financial decisions for a healthier cash flow throughout 2018.
Making smart financial decisions is extremely important as it can help us reach our financial goals, but these decisions can be very hard to execute and of course stick to. Having good financial etiquette and practices can be the difference between creating wealth and living from salary to salary.
Continue reading “Smart Money Moves Part II”
One of the best books I read this year was called Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. This book was great for many reasons but what I enjoyed most about the book was the fact that almost all the themes that she touched upon were able to inspire and encourage me.
Continue reading “Female Leaders Assemble!”
I’m not sure about you, but I started 2018 with an action plan, a list of goals and the motivation and drive I needed to reach them.
But by mid-year, I along with many others, had lost the drive, the motivation and most importantly focus. Staying motivated and pushing forward is probably one of the hardest things to do in life especially when we experience setbacks.
Continue reading “Refocus”
“You are a product of your environment,” is a commonly used statement.
But do you also believe that you are a product of those who you surround yourself with (as a singular component outside of your wider environment)?
Do you believe that the people that surround you can influence and sometimes dictate your thoughts, mindsets, actions, behaviours and more?
Continue reading “Who do you surround yourself with?”
Before you read this, I want you to ask yourself the following questions:
“Is my life/current situation in life what I expected it to be 3 or 5 years ago?”
“Am I struggling to have good relationships with others because they do not meet my expectation of them?”
Continue reading “Are you in the expectation gap?”
It is no lie that we all aspire to be great and to be successful.
But a lot of us struggle with getting to the level of success that we dream of because we struggle with decision making, especially in regards to career paths.
Continue reading “The hard decision”
When we think of wealth we usually define it in monetary terms. A wealthy person is seen as someone who possesses great material wealth, mainly in assets and cash.
But unbeknown to many research shows that families who have had continuous wealth for over more than 3 generations see it from 4 different perspectives:
Continue reading “How wealthy are you?”
‘Knowing is not enough. We must apply. Willing is not enough. We must do.’
― Bruce Lee
I am sure that there is a large majority of people who agree with the above statement. But I am also sure that the proportion of people who successfully put it in to practice is much lower.
Continue reading “What’s your response?”
When I was a child I wanted to be several things including a corporate lawyer, a script writer/film maker and an entrepreneur.
I was so confident that I could achieve anything and everything and that nothing would hold me back. This confidence was evident in my teenage years as shown in my yearbook where I was described as “determined.”
Continue reading “Do you still believe in your dreams?”
I thought that my love affair with procrastination would end as soon as I left university but boy was I wrong.
According to Google procrastination is ‘the act of delaying or postponing something,’ but to me procrastination is just another word for being lazy. And for me this is a major problem because it hinders me from being productive when necessary.
Continue reading “The bane of our lives; procrastination”