Category Motivation

What if you put as much effort into your own finances as you put into your job??

What if you were put in charge of an important project at work? Imagine your company needs to build a new factory or software product or create an advertising campaign or dig a mine or change a major supplier or whatever.  Now imagine that your boss puts YOU in charge of the project. Think about the amount of […]

Get Rich…Without Excuses

One of the things that gets success gurus a bad name is the bloke (and it usually is a bloke) who sells some e-book or Get-Rich-Quick! online course promising the secrets of how they dunnit. In the worst cases, they aren’t even rich, they’ve just rented a private jet / Lamborghini / bottle of Moet et Chandon by […]

Financial Independence Is For Everyone (Part 2)

Back in 2018 I wrote a post called Financial Independence is for Everyone. I thought the article was pretty clear but I see from the internet that some misinterpreted it. Perhaps they just read the title and not the actual article. Perhaps they read what they wanted it to say. Perhaps I didn’t write it […]

Get Rich without…Self-Sabotage

I’m not sure if you noticed but I made a pretty big claim in my last post: This brings us to one of the great taboos of personal finance which is that most people are self-sabotaging. This inconvenient truth gets swept under the carpet in the earnest and somewhat prissy tone adopted in most personal […]

How to have a Great Day

One of the problems with Left vs Right politics is that both sides fall into the same trap of assuming that having MORE stuff is the answer to all problems. On The Left, communists / socialists want more government control over the economy so everyone can eat more beetroot, have more tractors and more pet […]

The 3 elements of high performance: Story, Strategy, State

This is not a normal personal finance site, it’s a site about how to get rich. One problem with boring traditional personal finance advice is that it tells you what to do with what’s left over at the end of the month. The problem is that for most people there’s not much left over at the end […]

Get Rich with…No Regrets

Are savers missing out on fun? As I may have mentioned before, I don’t think of buying less stuff as deprivation. It’s more money for you to buy your freedom with. So I don’t buy the idea that you’ll be “missing out” if you pursue financial independence. I will however agree that scrimping on experiences, on […]