Following smart people

There are a few things we learn from our parents while growing up. One thing my parents were preaching to me (which I really wouldn't follow) was to stay close with smart people. Even better: People who would be smarter than me. That's a great advise. But one needs to be ready to truly understand … Continue reading Following smart people

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There is no bad time to invest

It's already the 3rd week of February. Think about that, we were JUST talking about new years plans and now we are already almost done with the first 2 months of this new year. For the US, Dutch and some UK investors this doesn't play a big role, but for everyone else, things are getting … Continue reading There is no bad time to invest

6 things you shouldn’t say when complaining in a hotel or resort

All right, today something not related to financial freedom. Let me share with you today something from my place of work. As some of my readers know, I am a hotel manager and thus regularly confronted with guest feedback. Most of the time it's great, but occasionally it happens that I receive some unpleasant comments. … Continue reading 6 things you shouldn’t say when complaining in a hotel or resort

The puzzle is not too complex

Reaching financial independence is best looked at as a game, a puzzle. There are all these little pieces everywhere, and your job is to get them into the right place. Only then the picture will be completed, and you can rest assured that your odds for a safe and free life have reached a comfortable … Continue reading The puzzle is not too complex

Why everybody should invest

I strongly believe that the majority of people who don't invest their money, most probably also don't understand our economic and monetary system. There is otherwise no other valid explanation or reason, why any sane person earning enough to build up savings would not routinely and diligently contribute at least a small part of their … Continue reading Why everybody should invest