We are now 60 days into 2019. There are 305 days left in the ‘new year’. How far are you with your goals and new year resolutions? Have you made any progress? Recently I’ve re-read The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch, which reminds me the importance of time and to focus on the things that … Continue reading The Clock is ticking…To Do or Not to Do?
Money, Money, Money. It’s such a simple word, yet it carries so many different meanings to different people. We all need money in our day to day life (that is why people say they are making a ‘living’). Yet it seems like a taboo to talk about money with friends and family. My parents didn’t … Continue reading Dear Money…
How was your first week in 2019? Was it refreshing? was it draining? Or was it a mix of ups and downs already? Before we move on to the new year and the new adventures, it’s always a good idea to look in to the past and pick up what you’ve learned over the year. … Continue reading Three simple questions to wrap up 2018
No one can do you better than you Lisa Nichols Question: What would a ‘Better You’ looks like in 2019? So often in life, we get distracted by others and things that are happening around us. Overtime, we lose sight of what truly matters, which is you. You are the only variable in the equation … Continue reading Quote & Question of the Day 39
Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life – Steve Job Question: How do you spend your time each day? Today I did a really simple exercise to track my daily routine using the 24 hours clock (like the one below or you can simply draw a circle and make your … Continue reading Quote & Question of the Day 38
You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them – Michael Jordan Question: What do you expect of yourself to achieve in 2019? My Answer: One of the three goals I set for myself this year is to work harder on my dream to be financially independent within 10 years. In order … Continue reading Quote & Question of the Day 37
“I can accept failure. Everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” – Michael Jordon Question: are you giving your all in the pursue of your dreams? Are you really trying? Or just pretending to try?