Ray Dalio’s Principles

Ray Dalio’s Principles

For those who haven’t heard of Ray Dalio, Ray is an American businessman who specialises in managing assets for other people (mainly large institutions) who has amounted a net worth of roughly $16 billion. I have always admired Ray Dalio’s ethos. Putting...
It’s Not a Tech Bubble it’s Techflation

It’s Not a Tech Bubble it’s Techflation

A common question that everybody asks and wants a clear answer to is “Are we in another tech bubble?” Notable answers have been: “I think we’re in a bust. We’re in a long-term technology bust. I think technology has been undervalued since 2000, and...
Business of Life: YourLife.inc

Business of Life: YourLife.inc

Recently a friend of mine asked me what steps I took to change my mindset around handling money. Now, this is not the everyday conversation I tend to have with friends, and I have very far away from “making it,” however, this friend, in particular, was trying to...
For the Long Haul: Replicating Ray Dalio’s All-Weather Fund

For the Long Haul: Replicating Ray Dalio’s All-Weather Fund

Working in Finance and having a general interest in investing I love keeping abreast with the capital markets and economic news. Through self-education, I have learnt the importance of taking control of my own financial situation and being proactive with my finances....
Learning, Earning and Returning

Learning, Earning and Returning

Learning, earning and returning; I cannot recall where I first heard this mantra, but when I did it stuck with me. It was is a simple angle to help focus in on a complex object – Life. It goes like this – think of your life in three-thirds: The first third...
I’m an entrepreneur, get me out of here!

I’m an entrepreneur, get me out of here!

12 months ago, I wouldn’t have dreamed of publishing such an article expressing my passion for being an entrepreneur. I was deeply entrenched in the corporate world and would not have wanted to jeopardise any career progressing opportunities by letting my true...
Weapons of Mass Distraction

Weapons of Mass Distraction

Do you ever feel like you just have too much going on? I often find myself glued to my beloved Macbook with 20+ tabs open in Chrome, my earphones plugged in listening music through Spotify and my iPhone planted next to my coffee cup flashing up every 15 minutes or so...
What is Web 2.0?

What is Web 2.0?

Web 2.0 was first mooted in 1999 by Darcy DiNucci, in her paper, Fragmented Future, she wrote: “The first glimmerings of Web 2.0 are beginning to appear, and we are just starting to see how that embryo might develop. The Web will be understood not as screenfuls...
In Google We Trust

In Google We Trust

Founded in 1998, Google went public in 2004 with an informal motto “don’t be evil” in its IPO prospectus. This motto duly attracted a lot of media attention, raising the eyebrows of many Technophobes and “Google sceptics.” It was only natural that the...
The One Thing

The One Thing

Author: Gary Keller & Jay Papasan In the world fully loaded with “weapons of mass distraction,” I gravitated to ‘The One Thing’ in hope to find some helpful tips on single-tasking and wasn’t disappointed. I once admired people who said they were...

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