If you want to achieve financial independence, it's essential that you understand the different ways to earn money. I first learned about this concept years ago when I read Robert Kiyosaki's book called The Cash Flow Quadrant. That book helped me to better understand what types of income I needed to pursue if I wanted to be … Continue reading Multiply your income using the Cashflow Quadrant
Not too long ago, I was discussing with my coworkers our company's best perk-- the 8-week maternity/paternity leave. While we were raving about how amazing it is to have an extended time away from work (my two co-workers are mothers and had used this policy) it made me wonder "would the company be okay with … Continue reading Are you unconsiously building your own prison?
By a show of hands, how many people think that personal finance and investing is complicated? Most people have never been formally taught about personal finance or investing, and that's exactly how Wall Street likes it. Lucky for all of you, it's actually much simpler than you think. There are all types of things you … Continue reading How to invest your money
How many times in your life have you ever thought to yourself, "this isn't a big deal, this [insert purchase] only represents [insert number of hours] of my life." The most common example I can recall is going out to eat. Let's say you want to go all out and get that $50 steak, and … Continue reading What is your true hourly rate
How often do we hear the words, "I don't have time for that." I hear this excuse all the time from both friends and colleagues. Sure, in some cases it's a valid excuse, but oftentimes it isn't entirely accurate. We all know those people who always claim to be "so busy." Ironically, I've seen some … Continue reading “I don’t have time for that…”