Posts From The “Accumulation, Cash Flow, Podcast, Values” Category

Most of us know that we overspend. We start our day with a latte, order takeout after work, buy a new sweater to celebrate the weekend… These things feel good for a few minutes, but we regret buying them when we look at our bank account. But budgeting sounds even worse. It feels like you’re […] Read more

Pivotal lessons are far from easy. You can find tons of short-term financial advice online. These “experts” know exactly which stocks will go up and which cryptocurrency is about to skyrocket.  It’s exciting to think about multiplying your money in the next two weeks. Nonetheless, it’s also dangerous.  The best lessons in finance, business and […] Read more

It feels like there are too many places your money can go. You have countless options of what to do with your saving and investing. Stocks, bonds, real estate, life insurance, cryptocurrencies… the list goes on. And with that many options, you might feel like it’s hard to make a choice because you’ll never research […] Read more

How do you know you’re making financial progress? Most people think they can measure it by understanding the stock market, having enough to donate to charity, paying off debt or buying a sports car. But none of them say much about your financial life. In fact, they can be signs of a declining financial life. […] Read more

When the media talks about wealthy people, you inevitably hear about their net worth. And it might make you feel like you have to grow yours as quickly as possible. But your net worth is only one metric for financial health. What really matters is that you can enjoy your life without worrying about going […] Read more

We all know budgeting works. If you always stick to a budget, you don’t worry about running out of money and know you’ll have enough money for vacations, hobbies and other things you love. But Budgeting means restricting yourself. It could mean canceling on friends because you can’t afford any more restaurant meals. Or settling […] Read more

Financial vision… Think of it this way. What do you want your financial future to look like? This question sounds abstract. But it could be the most important decision you ever make. Why? If you want to start a business empire, you’ll need radically different financial strategies than someone who wants to retire early. Having […] Read more

Most people take decades to pay off their mortgage. The monthly payments are a constant expense. And if you can’t pay them? The bank takes your house and puts you on the street. Velocity Banking promises an escape: Use a line of credit as your primary bank account and pay off your mortgage as quickly […] Read more

Budgeting with variable income feels impossible. Budgeting in general feels like a chore. You know you’ll feel better afterwards, but it’s painful to limit yourself in buying the things you love. When you’re on a variable income, it’s easy to tell yourself that budgeting doesn’t work for you. But that’s not true. In this episode, […] Read more

How to make your financial life simple? Bonds, stocks, put options, call options, cryptocurrency, and derivatives… there are thousands of ways to invest your money. Understanding how all of these work is a full-time career. But you’ve probably heard it said, “You likely shouldn’t invest in something you don’t understand.” So, how do you create […] Read more

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