Gratitude. A feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. Today we celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada, about a month ahead of the US. I like to think of Canadian Thanksgiving as a reminder. A reminder to develop your attitude of gratitude. The act of showing gratitude is a skill you can learn.... Read more
Every one of us faces challenges in achieving financial freedom. It’s not an easy journey – or everybody would be doing it already. The challenges you face along the way are meant to help you grow and learn. Contrary to popular (limiting) beliefs, challenges are not meant to keep... Read more
Do you know anyone who hates their job? It’s true what they say: Mondays are fine, it’s your life that sucks. But another truth is that it doesn’t have to be that way. This past January, I was on my annual “retreat” in the Bahamas, when I met Jay... Read more
What does financial freedom mean? In short, it describes a lifestyle that is organized in such a way that you no longer have to work to cover your expenses. Only requirement? You need a proven system to manage your finances and streams of money. Which may be easier than you think. Hear me out.
My motorcycle shop has a sign above the reception desk that says: You can have it good, cheap, or fast. Pick TWO. To some extent this applies to online learning. Of course, everything online is already fast. When you buy an online course, the delivery is (or should be)... Read more
In North America, we overvalue the idea of busyness, and undervalue time. North Americans work longer hours than people in any other industrialized nation. In Europe, North America is viewed as a “nation of workaholics”. According to a report from the United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO), “Workers in... Read more
When you are an employee of a company you probably go to work for forty (or more) hours a week and collect a paycheque once or twice a month in exchange for your time. This gives you a sense of security: you know that you have some type of... Read more