Don’t Measure Your Failure By What Others Have

  Last July, I met with a friend and a men­tor, his name is Jesse, a fel­low toast­mas­ter, a speak­er, and a finan­cial plan­ner. We talk a lot about dif­fer­ent things and what’s going on with our lives, what’s my plan, what are my dreams and aspi­ra­tions. He...

8 Lessons From 100 Tula Para Kay Stella

Last Sun­day, we watched “100 Tula Para Kay Stel­la”. Yes third-wheel ulit ako though I can watch movies alone. I don’t watch roman­tic movies cause I watch movies unless it will pick my inter­est to do so. But this time, I am deter­mined to watch a local indie movie....

How Having a Dream Board Can Help You

Two years ago, I’ve cre­at­ed my own dream board or also known as “vision board”. If the term is not yet famil­iar with you, let me define it first for you. A vision board is a col­lage of images, words, or any­thing that helps you visu­al­ize who you want to be and...

The ABC’s of How to Adult

In my recent arti­cle on “How to Sur­vive Every Month Finan­cial­ly” I was shocked that my arti­cle has gone viral. I checked the stats, and it gar­nered a total of 200,000+ views plus my email list grew by almost 300%. Wow, just wow. First, if you’re one of the...

Keep Learning

Want to be young? Keep learn­ing! Any­one who keeps on learn­ing not only remains young but becomes con­sis­tent­ly more valu­able regard­less of phys­i­cal capac­i­ty. Albert Ein­stein once said, “Once you stop learn­ing you start dying.”  I like how...

Choose The Offensive Side

Have you ever expe­ri­enced being a cow­ard and not being able to move? I remem­ber the first time I took my dri­ving class­es two years ago. I woke up every­day at 6 in the morn­ing so that I’ll be fin­ished then before my reg­u­lar work­ing hours. As I approach the...