Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello

Highlights and Quotes from Awareness by Anthony De Mello I first read Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello two years ago, after hearing it repeatedly brought up on The Tim Ferriss Show. I am not a Christian and not super religious, so I found that it was best to read… Continue reading Awareness: The Perils and Opportunities of Reality by Anthony De Mello

The magic of a one-time partial mortgage payment: your net worth increases

Should you pay down your mortgage and live debt free or invest? There is an even better option with a one-time partial payment. That is the age old question that many ask themselves. When interest rates are lower than investment returns, it always will mathematically make sense to invest over paying it down. But when… Continue reading The magic of a one-time partial mortgage payment: your net worth increases

Career choice doesn’t matter: anyone can become a millionaire

It doesn’t matter what your career is. You don’t have to be a doctor, lawyer or investment banker to make millions. I am a big fan of ESI Money’s Millionaire Interviews. I read them nearly every week, and overall it is just fun to see the wide variety in which people make millions. Plus, I… Continue reading Career choice doesn’t matter: anyone can become a millionaire

Personal Capital: The Ultimate Tool to track your Net Worth, Budget and more

Personal Capital Retirement Planner

Personal Capital is the easiest and most convenient way to track your net worth, plan for retirement, and run your day to day budget. There is a reason that many personal finance bloggers are continuously pushing Personal Capital’s financial tools: it is the easiest and most convenient way to tie together your entire net worth… Continue reading Personal Capital: The Ultimate Tool to track your Net Worth, Budget and more

How to take a mini-retirement

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How to plan, save for, and structure a mini-retirement I left my high paying CEO role in June, 2020, and though I had never planned on leaving when I did, circumstances and perhaps fate intervened. Our company was divested from a large multinational corporation to a much smaller multinational startup, and I could not come… Continue reading How to take a mini-retirement