Please see my recent article as a guest blogger for WellBe&Co as part of their financial wellness month at https://wellbecompany.com/five-simple-habits-to-improve-your-health-and-investments/. WellBe&Co is a dynamic corporate and personal wellness company specialising in nutrition, training and health solutions.
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Live Lean! Make your assets work for you rather than the other way round!
Living Lean is a conscious and disciplined decision to live simply with low overheads. In times of abundance this will allow you the freedom to enjoy a multitude of experiences and to invest in your future and that of your children. In times of scarcity or hardship this will allow you to be resilient andContinue reading “Live Lean! Make your assets work for you rather than the other way round!”
Five financial planning principles that helped me lose weight and get in shape
Published on LinkedIn – May 2018 So, having been on a mission to get myself in shape I have finally reached my goal – 16% body fat! Now 12 months later and 55 kg lighter (yikes!) I would like to share 5 key principles equally applicable to sound financial planning that helped me achieve myContinue reading “Five financial planning principles that helped me lose weight and get in shape”
Are you an investor or a DIS-investor?
Published on LinkedIn – October 2017 Let me start by unpacking the word “investor.” According to Investopedia, an investor is a person who commits capital with the expectation of financial returns. Thus, by definition, investment requires 2 key elements namely commitment (time & dedication) and an expectation of a particular nature and level of return. The nature of returnContinue reading “Are you an investor or a DIS-investor?”
All that it takes for Corruption to Prevail is for Professionals to Compromise their Ethics
Published on LinkedIn – Oct 2017 On receiving an email today from the Actuarial Society of South Africa reminding South African actuaries of their professional and ethical responsibility to act in the public interest, I am reminded of a takeout from the book “On Tyranny – Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century” by Timothy SnyderContinue reading “All that it takes for Corruption to Prevail is for Professionals to Compromise their Ethics”