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The two things to keep in mind about money

The two things to keep in mind about money

Life’s uncertain—take that into consideration when you save and spend.   

by × March 23, 2021 ×

Money, Time

What makes us happier, time or money?

What makes us happier, time or money?

Ashley Whillans on the interplay between time, money, and happiness.

by × January 5, 2021 ×

Become More Awesome, Money

Each time you praise someone, you save your team $10,000

Each time you praise someone, you save your team $10,000

One of the most valuable leadership investments you can make.

by × December 15, 2020 ×

Money

How I saved $12,000 by renting (instead of buying) a house

How I saved $12,000 by renting (instead of buying) a house

Buying a house isn’t always the best home for your savings.

by × April 3, 2018 ×

Money

Which possessions should you spend the most money on?

Which possessions should you spend the most money on?

Ditch the superfluous—buy what simplifies and supports your daily activities.

by × August 14, 2017 ×

Money

Here’s a simple trick to save an extra $504.30 this month

Here’s a simple trick to save an extra $504.30 this month

  Last month I found an extra $504.30, and deposited it directly into my retirement savings account (RRSP). But I didn’t skim this amount off the top of how much I earned. I used an easier (and frankly much more fun) tactic—one that appears obvious in hindsight. The connection between money […]

by × April 1, 2016 ×

Money

How a teacher or retail assistant manager makes more money than a Harvard MBA

How a teacher or retail assistant manager makes more money than a Harvard MBA

The average graduate of Harvard Business School makes about $120,000 a year. Neil Pasricha would know—he graduated from the school with an MBA, is now an executive at Wal-Mart, and perhaps most notably, is the acclaimed author of The Book of Awesome. He also has a new book out, which […]

by × March 9, 2016 ×

Money

For every $18.12 you save, you buy back an entire day of your life (+ calculator)

For every $18.12 you save, you buy back an entire day of your life (+ calculator)

  Saving money is basically a way of buying back your own time—and after you add in the powerful effects of compound interest, you quickly realize just how much of your future time and freedom you can buy back with very little cost to you today. I recently got my […]

by × November 19, 2014 ×

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