Questions and Answers: I Answer Subscribers Most Pressing Questions!

22nd August 2015 . 4 Comments

I’m back with another round of subscriber questions and my answers, and I have to say the questions are getting tougher! Some of you had some real thought-provoking questions and it’s great to see what’s on your mind. I’ve done a couple rounds of Q&A in the past and the old mailbag has been filling-up. So without […]

Infographic: Your Gift To Yourself. The Wonderful Benefits From Being Able To Retire Early!

8th August 2015 . 11 Comments

Early retirement is an incredible gift. It’s a gift that everyone should give themselves. When you retire early, there’s no more silly training programs and bland catered sandwiches. No more brainless meetings, office jerks, and mind-numbing commutes. No more stupid sales pitches. No more two weeks of vacation. No more reorgs of the section that […]

Greek Tragedy: Important Personal Finance Lessons To Be Learned From The Greek Debt Crisis

1st August 2015 . 14 Comments

Greek tragedy was a popular form of drama performed in theaters across ancient Greece. These plays were usually commissioned for competition during religious and other types of festivals, and many were re-performed and copied into scripts for ‘mass’ publication. Although each differed slightly, the plays had similar themes – a dramatic setting that deals with […]

Infographic: The Top 10 Habits Of The Mediocre

27th June 2015 . 4 Comments
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Mediocre thinking becomes dangerous when it occurs at the unconscious level. The fact is, if you’re not paying close attention, mediocre thinking and habits can creep into your daily routine. That’s bad, but, that’s not the most dangerous part. The danger is that, because mediocre thinking and habits occur at an unconscious level, their consequences can lay hidden […]