The corporate world is not much different from the political world. Those who let go of feelings will be easily surpassed by those who think rationally. There is no way out: either you move the board part or they move you. There is no half game as there is no half pregnant. Some professions are … Continue reading Corporate World: A Survival Guide
You open your FB and see a comment/post/meme about moralistic, doctrinal, idealistic, political, sporting, religious, and the list is endless… You get exalted and waste a lot of time writing something about the ‘controversy of the moment’. Then you discuss, comment, enjoy some things and close the FB. It’s time for ‘something nicer’. See what your social … Continue reading Social networks: opium of the 21st century
A common mistake among people on the market is naivety. Ingenuity and IPOs are like magnets. Recently the Snapchat IPO occurred. A tremendous success for business owners, lawyers, investment bankers and brokerages. As for the investors ... who f****n 'cares? "IPOs: It's Probably Over Priced, Imaginary Profits Only or Insiders' Private Opportunity." -B. … Continue reading IPOs: Imaginary Profits Only
Most people are divided between employees and the unemployed. Few who actually own some business. We have already talked about the importance of having your own business, under the * high* risk of ever being financially independent. However, many people depend on a job. Even those who are accumulating capital to start their own business. And … Continue reading Hey Middle Class, Is Your Job At Risk?
This post will be written by 6 hands. None of them are only 20 years old. Nothing fair to talk about this age with no experience about it. Your twenties. A time of many doubts, insecurities and wrong decisions. Many choices may *definitely * influence your future. Others can be shaped toward your goals. Let's take a … Continue reading Your Twenties
A lot of people hate MON - FRI routine. Basically, the vast majority of people hate their jobs and count the seconds for the weekends. And after spending 40 years in this routine, they retire financially broken and emotionally fucked. It's insane in the same proportion how real this are. Many things about this truth needs be … Continue reading The Most Common Way to Students: Dead End Job and Illusional Good Job
All those who live in Western democracies are under constant pressure to acquire certain things. We've already talked about the question of buying or renting a house. But the housing dilemma isn't the only one. Another important point in life is the purchase of a car. Humans do not make rational purchases most of the … Continue reading Owning Car: Cost Overdose