The PSEi ended in red this February, closing at 7705, down by 4.3% for the month. This comes after months of recovery starting October last year. On the monthly chart, […]
I believe this healthy faithful mindset about money and about riches is crucial if we are to pursue the road to financial freedom. Not just because we want to, not just because we have to, not just because we can, but because we are made to, we are meant to. Because our God wants us to.
Look within you, ask yourself what you have to offer, find a way to monetize it, create a value proposition, offer it to the world.
We should not fall in love with any stock, and we should be able to sell the slow ones (with no attachments) as soon as we find better alternatives.
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I will just briefly enumerate here the 16 benefits (what Bo calls as Blessings) of being a TRC member, but really it’s hard to describe the blessings in very few words. And oh, before that, let me tell you some secrets:
In case you are wondering what a religious / spiritual mentor has to do with the stock market and financial freedom and being truly rich, I enjoin you to listen to his audio book on Secrets of The Truly Rich to personally find out why.
“Luck is the offspring of Preparedness and Opportunity.” Successful people did not reach where they are not right now just in a wink of an eye, it was a process of good turns outnumbering the bad turns. Some will admit that they were blessed, that they got lucky, that they were at the right place at the right time. Looking closely though will reveal that they were able to grab the opportunities because they were prepared.
I commend them for the courage to take a step further in their personal finance lives, and their humility to admit to themselves and to the group that they know nothing (yet, like Jon Snow) and the openness to suggestions and tips on where to begin.
Might be a bit boring this year, but for one who has limited funds coming from various months of the year (ahem), that might even be good news.