Archive for the ‘Finance’ Category

The Key to Mastering Your Situation

Posted by Donald Latumahina 2 Comments

A while back, I read The Code Book by Simon Singh. It’s a good book about the history of codes and code breaking. Among others, the book covers the role of code breakers in wars. They play an essential role there. Why? Because if you break the enemy’s code, you can grasp the real situation  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Purpose, Working

Money, of course, plays an important role in our lives. While it’s not everything, it can help you achieve your goals. That’s why you should always increase your financial intelligence. An important part of financial intelligence is learning how to build wealth. I recently read a good book on that titled The Millionaire Fastlane by  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Working

5 Ways to Invest in Your Future

Posted by Donald Latumahina 10 Comments

Last week I wrote about how you should live by design and not by default. Living by design helps you live your life to the fullest. Living by default, on the other hand, is a sure way to mediocrity. Now I’d like to discuss an aspect of living by design, which is investing in your  [ Read More ]

Everyone has a dream lifestyle. Living it, however, is another matter. There is one thing you must have if you want to live yours: freedom. Freedom here is the ability to live on your own terms. Without it, you can’t live your dream lifestyle because you must follow someone else’s terms. There are three components  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Working

Like it or not, your life is filled with decision-making. From the moment you wake up until the time you sleep, you have to make decisions. That’s why it’s important that you improve your decision-making skills. Doing so will improve the quality of your life. For effective decision-making, there is one thing you need to  [ Read More ]

In a Q&A session, someone asked Bill Gates an interesting question: “What is your best personal financial advice for people who make under $100,000 per year?” And the answer? “Invest in your education.” I think that’s a good answer. Even if you make more than $100,000 per year, I believe the answer still applies. As  [ Read More ]

Categories: Finance, Learning