You must have heard of the phrases Wantrepreneur and Fencesitter. Essentially, they are people afraid of taking the plunge. A fencesitter likes to sit on the fence and aspires to get into the game at some point. But he lacks the courage to take a leap of faith. Aspirations alone don't equal achievements. Without action … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom | 21 Powerful Robert Kiyosaki quotes on Entrepreneurship
If you even hold a cursory interest in the field of personal finance, there is no chance you wouldn't have heard of Robert Kiyosaki. His internationally bestselling book "Rich Dad Poor Dad" has sold over 32 million copies in over two decades since it was first published. The success of Rich Dad Poor Dad catapulted … Continue reading Pearls of Wisdom | Robert Kiyosaki on Money
All of our parents or guardians have told us that money does not buy happiness. Instead, they attributed it to other things, like helping others and being a good person. But is that really the case? One study, in particular, performed by three gentlemen in 2010, found an intriguing link, not between the amount of … Continue reading Can Money buy Happiness?
The top 10 richest Sports Events in the World. I have applied the 'Total Prize Money' filter to draw this list together. Just for clarity: a) Figures in the brackets indicate the 'Prize pool' for the whole tournament and b) all figures are for the most recently held tournaments.
What is happening right now reminds me of the heady dot-com bubble days of 1997-2002 and maniacal times that preceded the 2008 meltdown. Both events ended in a bloodbath for investors, and so might the one we are in right now. The common theme throughout has been the investors' herd behaviour.
Staying ahead of the debt trap should be your paramount obsession. It has become mine over the last few years. Last year, a personal situation left my financial plans in tatters. The unpredictable nature of life had hit me in the face. The only reaction I could think of, while still reeling under the impending … Continue reading 6 Simple Ways to Stay Ahead of Debt