Food For Thought: How Much Do You Spend On Groceries?

This was a great YouTube video that we watched recently on wealth advisor Dani Johnson's YouTube channel. It advocates how people needlessly spend money on their every whim and fancy, no matter their income or budget. And this is never more obvious than when it comes to the necessity of food, which has become more … Continue reading Food For Thought: How Much Do You Spend On Groceries?

Language Learning Formula: Time + Effort= Results

"Learning another language is like becoming a new person" Haruki Murakami Language learning, like most things in my life, was an impulse decision. One day I woke up and decided to try again. And not just one language, but four. French. Italian. Greek. German. Yes, they are all European language with a lot of similarities … Continue reading Language Learning Formula: Time + Effort= Results

Stay in Debt

Someone once told us “Stay in Debt. It gives you a reason to wake up in the morning.” Cue gasps , shock horror, and any other sign of disgust. Debt is seen as the depraved stepmother of all things good and moral. Debt is the enemy. It must be quashed and never seen again. It … Continue reading Stay in Debt

13 Confidence Tips Learned In Executive Charisma

Here are some useful quotes found in Debra A Benton's business book Executive Charisma. It is short read, chock full of tried and true advice on leadership qualities, confidence skills and general presentation and image tips. Here are some keys points we took away, that we are passing on to you. 1. “The truth about … Continue reading 13 Confidence Tips Learned In Executive Charisma