In today’s world, the ‘generosity’ of financial institutions and enticing offerings from retail or department stores can make it really hard to keep finances on track. The avalanche of Buy Now, Pay Later, irresistible 75% Off Sales, tempting 0%APR for 2 years Credit Card offerings have all made it a huge necessity to keep finances on the straight and narrow path. Temptations to spend and impulse buy has greatly contributed to the shopaholic culture in our society today.
Here’s a beautiful piece by Daniel Priestley, the author of two great books – Entrepreneur Revolution and Become A Key Person of Influence. Having read those books, I think Daniel is worth listening to. So, this is what he says…
Today I spoke with Darren Shirlaw (Founder of Shirlaws – one of the largest and most valuable business coaching firms in the world). I walked away with a big nugget of great information that I really must share with you.
Darren used to be an investment analyst for a big bank. He was responsible for placing billions worth of funds into companies that represented a good risk and had growth potential.
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Thinking about a freelance career or maybe you’re already into one. Then, you’ll need to read this article written by Tony Robbins, the high-performance coach, outlining 7 tips for dealing with the subject of money as a contractor or a freelancer.
Independent contractors tend to be a zealous group on the whole – the kind of people who prefer to make the rules rather than play by someone else’s. For these freelancers there is something greater than stability; maybe the integrity of their craft, or even just the freedom of setting their own hours.
My wife got this newsletter from one of her subscriptions and shared it with me. I sort of liked the money jar concept, so I decided to share it in return. For further information on this, you can visit here.
One of the key differences between how the rich and the poor play the money game is how they manage their money. It may not sound like the most “fun” subject, but once you realise how much more you’ll enjoy the money you earn, you’ll be hooked! T. Harv Eker discovered this system which he called…
Money, they say, makes the world go round. Whereas people behave differently when it comes to the subject of money. Here’s an article I sourced from Success Resources; srpl.net. Hope you’d love it and let me know by comments, likes or share, if you do.
Though researchers disagree on just how much of our personalities are dictated by our genetics and how much comes from the way we were raised, one thing is clear: Your personality has a huge effect on how you relate to money. Continue Reading