In their famous book The Pragmatic Programmer, Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas talk about software craftsmanship and the importance of fixing the small problems in your code, the “broken windows” so they don’t grow into large problems. If you are from the software development background, I would highly encourage you to read this book. It’s one of the best programming books I have ever read in my career.
Have you ever looked at your decisions in the past and wondered, “What was I thinking?” It’s very easy to beat yourself up for being stupid. But we all learn from our mistakes. Nobody gets to where they are without ever committing a mistake. I realized that shaming people for their money habits was no … Read moreWhy Shaming People For Their Money Habits Is A Bad Idea
I have already written earlier here how 2018 was one of the best years of our lives. This year changed our personal finances forever. Do you want to know how to double your net worth in 12 months? Let me share with you all the things we did to achieve that. We were able to … Read more5 Ways You Can Double Your Net Worth In 12 Months
We value simple things because they do all the things we need easily and none of the things we don’t. Simplicity is the key to happiness when it comes to personal finance. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. – Leonardo Da Vinci I have an uncanny knack of complicating things. I often equate complexity with sophistication. … Read morePersonal Finance – Why Simplicity Is The Ultimate Sophistication
Believe it or not, becoming a millionaire is a goal that can be achieved if you follow the simple math behind it. The process for anyone to become a millionaire has been consistent over the years. If you follow the valuable pieces of advice, I can guarantee that eventually, you will become a millionaire. I … Read moreShockingly Simple Math Behind How To Become A Millionaire