When it comes to investing, there is a common misconception that you need to pick winning stocks to become rich. In fact, the opposite is true. As I recently explained in my post busting the 9 biggest myths in investing, the best indicator of long term investing success is time. In this post, I’ll demonstrate […]
In our last post, we tackled some of the most common myths in the world of investing. Today, I’m delivering a lesson on the fundamentals of one of the best wealth building tools the world has ever seen. That’s right kids. We’re going back to school. A journey back in time… Like all good lessons,
In our last post, we spoke about how making small everyday decisions can snowball into huge money saving results over time. Today, we’re talking about the dreaded ‘I’ word. That’s right, investing. AHH. Terrifying, right? Well, not as much as you might think. In this post we are dispelling the most common myths about investing
In my previous post, we listened to a sermon from the Lawyer On A Mission. He argued that we live in a society plagued by excess, over-consumption and greed. It all got a little dark and depressing. So, uh, can we get back to personal finance now? Of course. In this post we’re drilling down
Following on from my introductory post, I want to start this next entry off with a confession. My girlfriend and my friends frequently accuse me of being ‘tight’ with my money. And to be completely honest, according to most people’s standards, they’re probably right. Let me provide you with a recent example. I’m out for
I’m the Lawyer On A Mission and this is my blog. I talk about personal finance, investing and money saving tips and tricks to help you achieve financial independence. Sometimes I talk about myself in the third person, and that’s because I like to sound important. But enough about me. This blog is about you.