For many of us, New Year’s Eve may be bittersweet – sweet in the enjoyment of New Year’s celebrations with friends or loved ones, yet bitter when we think about resolutions we made a year ago that we did not keep.
I believe the mistake we make is Continue reading “New Year’s Eve: A Time for Reflection, Not Resolutions”
Do you love to travel overseas, but you’re not sure which card is best to take with you? Have you heard off-putting stories of friends having problems with traveller’s cards and cheques and finding themselves stuck without money when they need it, so you figure that the safest bet is to simply use your usual credit or debit card even though you know it incurs fees? Continue reading “Who Else Wants The Best Travel Card?”
A year ago, after learning that one common trait shared by highly successful entrepreneurs is learning through reading books, although I have always preferred reading fiction novels for leisure, I made the commitment in 2015 to read one non-fiction book per month.
Here I am, in December, having read 11 books so far, but struggling this past month with completing multiple books I had attempted to start reading.
With only 15 days left before the end of 2015, it so happened that a podcast I enjoy, Eventual Millionaire, had an episode where the host Jaime Masters, interviewed Michael E. Gerber about his latest book, “Beyond The E-Myth”, which he only released a few days ago.
I felt inspired hearing Michael, now aged 80, speak with passion about his vision to see our economies flourish by Continue reading “Beyond The E-Myth: How to create a ‘business’, not a ‘job’ for yourself”