...how would you run it? Many people dream of being their own boss. Making their own decisions. Dedicating their available time solely to their purpose, their passion and to their own, full benefit. But is this indeed the reality for an entrepreneur? Well, as it is with everything, it depends. It depends on the type … Continue reading If you had your own business…
If you are just about to enter (or new to) the workforce, thinking about retirement seems very far off. Not that it's not somewhere in your head, it just seems very, very far away. But even if you already worked for a few years, you might still not be spending much time thinking about your … Continue reading When is the best time to retire?
I like to keep my blog neat and simple. I like to write articles with text only, I seldom use pictures or videos. But every now and then I might encounter an interesting infographic that is worth sharing. When it comes to the topic of money, the best place to find interesting graphics is in … Continue reading The fastest way to get your first million
Over the last couple of months, I have started to reduce my social media presence and to close many of my online accounts. My Facebook account has been deleted (I seriously didn't miss it a single day), and the same thing happened to my Twitter account and AirBnB. As I move closer towards my goal … Continue reading Dividend Stocks make your worries go away
Conservative investors or people who believe that stocks are too risky often prefer to put their hard earned money in real estate. The usual arguments are always the same and go something along those lines: It's a "real" asset, meaning that you can touch it, you can see it, you can visit it or live … Continue reading The Power of Cash-Flow
Following up on my new years' plans, I am now finalizing negotiations with my next employer. As my current work contract will expire by the end of April, I focused the last 2 months on trying to secure a new contract. Today, I succeeded. While I couldn't hit my self-imposed targets completely, the new job … Continue reading Planning for the last job – ever
Many things have changed since I finished high school. Some for good. Some for bad. Some for... it's hard to tell yet. For example, my parents used to tell me that if I wanted to be successful, I had to finish high school, then graduate, and if I really wanted to become the best I … Continue reading Freelancing is the future – and so is investing