March 2015

Financial Wellness a nutshell: Let it be said of me that my money works for me!

It all boils down to living within your means, saving and growing what you earn first and then spending the rest. Many  of us grew up in homes where money was a scarce commodity and to this day live in the ‘scarcity mentality’ where whatever amount of money  that we have will never be enough. Others grew up in  excesses where any money that was made was used as a

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Time to make your dream come true….musings from an entrepreneur.

Perhaps you have been dreaming of more free time, added income or just something more interesting than your job and you think that starting your own business is the way to go.Ok. Stop. Stop dreaming!!!.“Entrepreneurs make the world go round.”You must have identified an opportunity that could be profitable.  1.Focus on providing a solution not on just making money. Businesses that do best focus on their clients needs. 2. Location,

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SETTING FINANCIAL GOALS AND STUMBLING BLOCKS TOWARDS FINANCIAL HEALTH

Hope everyone had a lovely week. I truly did. Are we all keeping tab of our income and expenses this month? Great!!!!! Next thing we need to think about is setting financial goals? What do you plan to achieve financially in the short term, in the medium term and in the long term? The short term could be within the period of one year. The medium term two to five

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Are you financially secure.. some hard questions we need to ask ourselves?

Is their too much of month left at the end of your money? Are you a spendthrift or a hoarder? Is money your best friend or sworn enemy? How does financial wellness and priorities differ in the different stages in life? What are your financial goals? What are your financial priorities? How do you earn your money? How do you grow your money? How do you envision your old age?

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We share a common history…my sister, my brother

We share the same heritage….my sister, my brother.. Shared the same house, school, and the warmth of our parents…my sister, my brother. I saved you  from the bully in the playground  those many years ago and you me  the fury of the landlady for those three months that I could not pay the rent. We spent hours into the night sharing our childhood dreams and aspirations in our little hut

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