Posts Tagged ‘financial planning’

Creating the GPS to Financial Freedom (Talk at 4 Pillars of Entrepreneurship Summit)

I’m thrilled to have been interviewed for the 4 Pillars of Entrepreneurship Summit, an online summit of entrepreneurs talking about their experiences. Interesting video with my insights into “Creating the GPS to Financial Freedom”. The organizer is Annie Hardock, a woman who is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and those wanting to become an entrepreneur. She…

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“Your Home is the Best Investment” – True or False?

Many people believe that growth of the value of their home has been phenomenal over the last few decades. The common belief is that growth is similar to the stock market and much less risky. Is this actually true? This is important, because believing a home is the best investment leads you to: Feel you…

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Why Paying Off Your Student Loan is the Worst Thing to Do

why paying off student loans is the worst

Have you heard the story of the “Frustrated Student Loan Payer”? I have seen this story 100 times in real life. A smart kid goes to university and graduates with a large student loan. She spends several years working to pay off the loan. While paying off the loan: She delays becoming independent and stays…

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Is Your Money Safe OR Secure?

I know what you’re thinking. Isn’t the expression “safe AND secure”? Possibly the single most important thing to know about money is this: Safe and secure are often opposites. With money, it’s usually safe OR secure. It was the disaster in their life that made this clear for Summer and Autumn. They are identical twins.…

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How Come I’m Not Rich?

“90% of putts that are short don’t go in.” – Yogi Berra Why are some people able to become wealthy relatively easily, when most people struggle with their finances? In Canada, about 1 person in 50 is a millionaire and in the US about 1 person in 13 is millionaire* – which is probably a…

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