Category Archives: Finances

Opportunities are all around

If you want to get ahead, there are many opportunities. Indeed, for example, 40% of executives at a large burger chain started out ‘flipping burgers.’ However, in order to get ahead it does require an investment of your time – in the short-term perhaps by working overtime for more money or taking a second job(for a reasonable number… Read More »

Everyone is a millionaire! (sort of)

The average UK earnings figure is £28,000 and the average working life 40 years… so the average person will see £1,120,000 of earnings in a ‘normal’ working life. With over a million pounds passing through your hands, before tax, it’s important to decide where it will go(rather than wonder where it went.) One great person to follow is… Read More »

The first rule of Financial Independence(F.I.) club isn’t this

Financial Independence, or F.I. , is very much like self-employment: short-term sacrifice in return for long-term gain. Those sacrifices can take many forms: perhaps working 80 hours a week, driving an £800 car, or even delaying starting a family. In return for those sacrifices you rightly receive the rewards. Sadly, there are those who would criticise or even… Read More »

Learn more to earn more

If you are looking to increase your earnings, then training is to be recommended. When I started my career I was learning in my spare time – this meant evenings and weekends on top of the normal working day. It’s something that should always continue, even if you are not in a professional area that requires annual CPD(Continuing… Read More »

Stop consuming & start creating for success

Some people complain that they would like to write a book themselves. Someday. When they have time. Others complain about low earnings. Yet if you don’t take the initiative with respect to taking on extra work or training… It’s a sad fact that on average people in the UK now watch 24 hours of TV a week. It… Read More »