Key takeaways from on the money interview
Developing and nurturing your goals are essential but focusing on your behavior is way better to keep goals alive. You should have a S.M.A.R.T.E.R. goals. I added E. and R. to have a lasting impact which stands for Evaluation and Re-evaluate the goals, values, and behavior you have today.
Millennial generation should think differently and act way better than the previous one. I would recommend us to learn from the mistakes of the people who are ahead of us.
Chunk it down.
The IT-BPO industry is booming so they need massive number of workforce from different sectors. Your salary will give you a tool to increase your assets that will help you reach your financial goals. Set up a system and you are good to go.
Part time and free lance work are very interesting nowadays. Millennial is rising and work from home is trending.
Full time work still the grandfather of the employment system in the country today. In fact according to statistics majority of Filipinos are trained to work for an employer compare to being an entrepreneur.
I think if we want to remove the traffic in Metro Manila let us encourage everyone to work from home.
Technology is making our world flat, that means the landscape of business and creating value can spread using the world of technology.
With the overflowing supply of nurses in the country today most of them are either in abroad or in a different industry.
Right questions will always lead you to right answers.
These 3 are not enough; you need another one which is a community that will support you with your investment strategies and thought patterns.
Here are On the money questions during the episode.
David Isaiah Angwaycurrently helps young, urban and educated millennial (Gen Y) set and achieve their long-term financial goals by educating them about investments, asset allocation, risk management, retirement planning, and estate planning. His role as a financial planner is to find ways to increase the client’s net worth and help the client accomplish all of his/her financial objectives.
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