How to minimise your motoring costs

Of course, the absolute best way is by not having any – eliminating unnecessary journeys and instead utilising taxis, public transport and feet. But, should you have need of a vehicle then I’ll cover three common possibilities to see what costs you the least amount. For the purposes of this, we’ll take the costs over 6 years as… Read More »

The robots are already here and taking jobs

When people hear about the rise of robots, they can mistakenly become confused with androids such as those in sci-fi shows like Westworld or Humans and think that those things are far in the future. In fact a ‘robot’ can indeed be anything that performs the work that a human used to do – it doesn’t even need… Read More »

Robots aren’t consumers or taxpayers

There is a point well raised in several books I’ve read: When a robot takes someone’s job, it actually costs the company a customer. If you look around, say at supermarkets for example, you will see people ending their shift and becoming customers themselves at the till – buying the products of the shop with money they have… Read More »

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 »