When it comes to personal finance, Return on Investment is something you must consider. Net worth is about culminating assets, and investments is one way to do it. Making investments is critical but tracking them is just as critical. You must assess what is going to create the best overall outcome. Factors to evaluate are the amount you invest, the return and the timeline. Is it long term? Did you factor for inflation? Ken walks you through the considerations in this short but informative episode.Read More
When it comes to personal finance, Return on Investment is something you must consider. Net worth is about culminating assets, and investments is one way to do it. Making investments is critical but tracking them is just as critical. You must assess what is going to create the best...Read More
Bias can appear in all areas of our life, not just race or prejudice. Ken first defines it and then frames it in the context of finance, going on to explain how it can negatively affect your finance. Take for example recency bias, which can skew your perception of...Read More
Ken is currently on a retreat for his organization, which features keynote speaker Clint Bruce. Clint talked about how curiosity is an important quality in a leader. Ken also points out that to be curious (and admit what you don’t know) requires courage. Do you have the courage to...Read More
Two words that don’t evoke positive emotions – Ken often hears these words when discussing finances with others. Rather than focus on the negative, Ken offers up this: Frustration leads to Breakthroughs & Confusion leads to Learning. Ken offers up insights to combat these negatives and simplify finances, even...Read More
Ken explores Abundance Mindset and it’s antithesis, Scarcity. Abundance Mindset sees more then enough opportunity for everyone. Scarcity Mindset is when you see others succeed and think there’s no opportunity left for you. Ken recounts a personal experience he had, running a triathlon. During the event, he found his...Read More
It’s a special day for Ken and his family. This episode was recorded in his newly constructed home, an endeavor that was 18 months in the making. Ken shares the valuable insights he learned during this long, tedious process. He’s thoughts on remote working has been re-framed. He’s learned...Read More
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