This is a continuation of our money mistakes. I did not know how best to title it to pique your interest and so I decided to title it the way I have. Forgive me, if I dragged you into this. Let’s take a look at the mistakes. “If you would know the value of money, …

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We continue our money mistakes series and I will go straight to the point. Let’s have a go at these issues. Always Reaping; Never Sowing — It is only birds that are entitled to reap where they do not sow. You are not a bird and at some point, you will have to sow in …

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A lot of people wonder why they never seem to have any money. None in savings, little in investments and they hardly have enough to spare. They know that they earn a decent income, but they never feel like they have any money left over at the end of the month. They wonder why the …

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Keeping up with the Joneses. Oh, the Kardashians! This money mistake involves trying to impress the people you think are in your class. Most times those people are not even looking neither do they know that you exist. Back at the university, I knew some girls who were competing with another girl. What they got …

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Here we go again on the money matter. Today I will discuss simple and common money mistakes that people make. I made some of them and learned from them. For some of the points, I got insight from observation – Never Ever Lend Money Kept in Your Custody. There is a reason you were chosen to …

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What is money all about? I will tell you in a moment without boring you with economic terms. We work for money; that means money stores value. We exchange our time and skills as a reward, and that reward is something that we can store & spend. That’s where money comes in. That store of …

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We are in the middle of 2018 and two great landmarks have occurred. First was Jeff Bezos, reaching the $150 billion mark in personal wealth/assets in mid-July. Second, was Apple, who hit the $1 trillion market value in the first week of August. Both companies, in the tech sector, have built a network effect around …

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The book, though not an autobiography, documents the business exploits of Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos. Zappos, derived from zapatos (which means shoes in Spanish) is an online shoe company. Tony’s background is that of Asian parents who wanted him to be any of the following; mathematical geek, musical genius or a doctor, be it medical …

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Recently I ran into a lady I had known for a while. Though we hardly say much to each other, we had a rapport. On the said date, she was downcast. I noticed her and enquired what the issue was. She told me, it was nothing she could not handle. I told her that I knew she …

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I will tell you some stories about education on this series of Hilarious Moments. Of Illiterates and & Illiteracy One of my big aunties had something important to tell me and other kids around. You know how it is, you are called and told to sit and then the lecture begins. “Kids, it ok to …

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