Fincon17 or “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb”

Preparations for my first Fincon

With the start date of my first Fincon only weeks away, I can’t help but reassess this decision. Is this still a good idea? Will my time and money be wellspent?

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Choice: Your Own Personal Superpower!

A fellow blogger recently asked me what I felt to be the most valuable asset Millennials possess. He felt the answer was “time” and had an upcoming article to prove it. Compound interest is indeed wonderful. Albert Einstein call it the “eighth wonder of the world”. Continue reading “Choice: Your Own Personal Superpower!”

The Side Hustle: Building Wealth in your Freetime

 

I recently came across an article “How to Save $100k by 30“. After having a “smh” and “lol” at the paltry goal (only $100,000? dream big!), I skimmed through the suggestions. I was pleasantly surprised to find a lot of it covered the obvious basics of FIRE and even included some of the buzzwords of the community. As I read through, one suggestion which stuck out was “get a side hustle”. Continue reading “The Side Hustle: Building Wealth in your Freetime”

The Learning Process: How to Learn a New Skill

This week, I learned how to do something new. It was a direct result of something new I learned about 3 months ago, and that was an offshoot of something I learned 2 months before (and that was probably a culmination of other random learnings).

Am I a master of this new skill? Would people pay me to provide this service for them? Probably not. Does it matter? Heck no! Why doesn’t it matter? Because I put in my best effort and learned how to do something I couldn’t do before! Continue reading “The Learning Process: How to Learn a New Skill”