Money does not have the power to change the world. It is our intentions and values, expressed through our use of money, that does this. By aligning our values with our spending, we can help to create a better world.
We can all become leaders and inspire change, whether on a small or large scale. Self awareness is key, as is constructive feedback and self reflection. And all of these things can be learnt and developed.
Using your skills to help others can also have a positive effect on your own wellbeing. With the rise of affordable, online courses and tutorials, lifelong learning is more accessible than ever before. So whether your skills are old or newly learnt, everyone can contribute in some way.
Giving back to your community brings personal, as well as wider, benefits. Pro-social behaviours are proven to increase happiness and you don’t have to be a billionaire to make a difference. Have a big impact with the smallest act.
Investing your money in personal development enables you to grow into your full potential and achieve personal aspirations. Through personal growth we can discover greater meaning and purpose in our lives and, through this, become truly wealthy.
Countries around the world celebrate Christmas in many different ways, some of which are showcased in this video. However, there is a common thread running through every culture of compassion, connection and renewal. Happy Christmas and all the best for 2021
Independence, time, resilience and opportunities are all valid reasons for wanting a second income. Here are five common sources of a second income. The virtual world boasts plenty of platforms that save you the costs of marketing from scratch.
How you achieve financial freedom is fundamental to how you live. It's arguable that money doesn't buy happiness or freedom. Examples abound of people living fulfilled lives with little or no money, suggesting two different strategies for achieving financial freedom.
It's easy to get hooked on how to become wealthy. However, we should also ask ourselves about our humanity and relationship with money. These books are a good start to financial resilience. Select one. Read it. Act on it.
Low points are inevitable. Not dealing with them makes them worse. However, they follow a pattern. You can learn to get through them by walking into the fire of your difficult emotions. It's messy, and it is where the magic happens.