More than 2 years ago, I was a very busy IT consultant of a mutinational company. I was stressed out for sure. In my 9 years working as an IT professional, not a day would go by that I would not ask myself “is this all there is to life?”. There were many times I… Continue reading Baby Steps to Financial Riches Series Part 3 – Stocks vs Real-Estate vs Business
Last week, I had the priviledge to chat with some new friends of mine who asked to meet up with me over coffee so I can share some ideas with them. I really enjoyed our conversation, and I was able to share with them my story on how I started awakening to the financial opportunities… Continue reading Baby Steps to Financial Riches Series: Part 2 – Taking The First Step
Over a year ago, I was an overly stressed employee trying to find a way to tinker with several online/offline passive income streams. I had my hand dipped in several places, trying them out all at once. It was a chaotic experience to say the least. I earned some, I lost some. But I learned… Continue reading New Series: Baby Steps to Financial Riches
Today I’d like to let you in on a secret. Do you want to feel blessed? Beyond your expectations? To your wildest dreams? Simple. You just need to learn to be ‘grateful’. What? That’s it?! You say. This is one of life’s biggest paradox. That what you think about most, will come back to you… Continue reading How to be blessed beyond your wildest expectations
One of my greatest fears is in speaking with other people. Growing up, I was not fond of going to birthday parties. I was the geek at home, studying for school. 😉 I believed that if you want to appear smart, you have to keep quiet. Unconsciously or not, it became one of my debilitating… Continue reading Overcoming Fear
I recently received an email from an avid reader of this blog. He asked me one simple question. He said, “I have an extra PhP50,000. I don’t know if I should invest it all in RTBs? What do you think? What is the best thing I can do with my money?” I remember sending a… Continue reading Reader Question: What to do with an extra PhP 50,000?
A few years ago, I got into credit card debt. I can still remember the frustration I went through, barely being able to pay the minimum amount due for my credit card. Giving away a chunk of my paycheck every month to pay my credit card debt but could not seem to make a dent… Continue reading 5 tips on how to protect yourself from credit card debt