Entrepreneurship

How To Use Your Skills To Create A Successful Side-Hustle

How To Use Your Skills To Create A Successful Side-Hustle

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“In 2017 I will accomplish all my financial goals”, “In 2017 I will start my own business”, “In 2017, I will… (insert other seemingly far-fetched goal)”. If you’re anything like me, you probably have one of these as your New Year resolutions, and that’s admirable. However, it is what you do after making those statements that matters, not your intentions for a better life. Last year, I learnt that starting a side-hustle was the only feasible way for me to accomplish my financial goals. After all, there’s only so much budgeting one can do and a finite amount of Starbucks lattes that I can deprive myself of. Your goals will likely involve increasing your current net worth or cash flow. So the question is, how can you earn more money in 2017 or create more streams of income or side-hustles for yourself by using the skills you have?  After all, you’re trying to…

7 Steps To Accomplish Your 2017 Money Goals

7 Steps To Accomplish Your 2017 Money Goals

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Whatever life you want to lead will cost you! The only way to lead the life you want is to save more or increase your earnings. This 7 step checklist will show you a few simple steps you can take to accomplish your money goals for 2017! Be On Top Of Your Money Where Does Your Money Go? In order to live the life you want and take control of your finances you must first figure out where all your money goes! The easiest way to do this is to get an app like Mint which shows you a weekly summary outlining all that you’ve spent money on. An old-fashioned but effective way to do this is to scan your bank statements each month or week this would show you all the places/ things you have spent your money on. Doing this quick exercise will show you the areas where…

My 3 Favorite Books of 2016 And How I Applied What I Learnt To My Life

My 3 Favorite Books of 2016 And How I Applied What I Learnt To My Life

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  I picked up the habit of reading when I was 20, not because I particularly enjoy reading (I don’t – I’m very slow at it, I have a very short attention span, and it gets kinda boring); but because I know the amazing benefits of reading. Over the years I’ve noticed that my relationship with books/ reading takes 3 forms: A : “What is a book?”  – Where I go months without picking up a book to read. B: I read but I can never remember what I read and I cannot find ways to apply what I learn to my life. C: I read and retain what I learn and apply this to my life. I read 11 books this year, and listened to 20 or more audio books (blame it on my long commute). So, for the few times when I actually remember what I read and applied…