Yesterday we spoke about whether you actually need a financial adviser.
Now, here are a few tricks of the trade to be wary of…
Have you fallen for any?
I’m often asked whether people actually need a financial adviser.
Strictly speaking, maybe not.
Let me explain...
Piggy-backing off last week’s early retirement blog…
I’m taking a trip down memory lane…
To see what early retirement was like back in the day.
Want to see more?
What has Goldilocks got to do with motivation?
(No, this is not the opening line to a joke)
In fact, it’s an interesting theory linking degree of difficulty to motivation.
Want to know more?
I once heard this joke.
“How do you make a million dollars?
Start with two million.”
It’s not quite as funny as it is true…
It’s one of the hottest topics in the world of personal finance.
Some call it the holy grail.
And people are making hefty sacrifices for it…
“Invest in your mind...
Invest in your health...
Invest in yourself.”
Which one is more important to you?
Warren Buffett is a saver-investor.
Jack Welch, a virtuoso.
And Mark Zuckerberg, a dreamer.