Who Wanna Be A Millionaire?

I can see that glow and smile on your face, yes indeed most of us want to be a Lakhpati (Millionaire). Does India have that most admired tagline of the west “I Wanna Be A Millionaire”. Last 6 months I have been talking to young and old about the magical figure of Rs. 10 LakhsContinue reading “Who Wanna Be A Millionaire?”

For Investing, Age is Just a Number

She was born on 1st June 1946. Economics Graduate from Assumption College Kerala. Married to Retired Senior Inspector of Kerala Police (Late) Mr TG Mathew. Blessed with 3 daughters, who gave her 5 grandchildren. Today She started her investments in Equity Mutual Funds under my firm’s guidance at a sweet age of 75. Goal PlannedContinue reading “For Investing, Age is Just a Number”

Are you a Teacher?

As a Wealth Creator through Financial Products, I ask myself, how much more I need to learn to be a good teacher. Last week when I was conducting a training class for Roma and team, I asked a simple question. “Are you all Teachers? 5th September is Teachers Day; hence I want to know ifContinue reading “Are you a Teacher?”

The Biggest Concerns To Our Wealth

Preserving wealth and growing wealth is one of our life’s greatest pursuits. A lot of our time and effort goes into this pursuit, which begins right from the time we begin earning and continues for as long as we live. The recent events and consequences of the pandemic also brought to focus the vulnerability andContinue reading “The Biggest Concerns To Our Wealth”

Somewhere I belong.

Pic credit: Homestratosphere.com As if I needed a reasonto leave the porchlight onfor you to come looking for mebeneath the Bougainville planternext to the bottom porch stepwhere I buried my heart along with the house keysand place me in the locketresting above your heartwhich is the only place I knowas somewhere I belong. Somewhere IContinue reading “Somewhere I belong.”

7 Terrible Ways To “Destroy Wealth”

Value of the money is not in the hands of the beholder, it is in the actions of the beholder. I strongly believe so. From the very first earnings onwards what makes you Financially Independent is not the amount that you earn, but the deployment of earnings in a right manner. Small Savings to PersonalContinue reading “7 Terrible Ways To “Destroy Wealth””

Gift of Life and Gift of Wealth, a Perspective.

Life and Wealth are two unique gifts we receive from our parents. This has deeper meanings and comes with responsibilities and legacy. Every experience adds values to our life and makes us what we are. Then at one juncture our siblings takes over the job of value addition. In my life, this is done byContinue reading “Gift of Life and Gift of Wealth, a Perspective.”

I Need a Break! Seriously?

She is an amazing dancer. I follow her because of the passion that she emits while dancing. It’s not an acquired talent, it is one that is  engraved in her DNA. Our conversation started with my comment on her post. Excerpts. My comment: I won’t agree with you there.Over working happens on three counts.1. IncompetencyContinue reading “I Need a Break! Seriously?”

Profit Taken To The Court

The last 15 months of unprecedented pandemic schooled us many valuable lessons. Investors aren’t sleeping over the investments anymore. Lockdown has taught us to be more Financially Independent, Prudent and Savvy. Some of these below mentioned learnings, I haven’t seen in my 2 decades of wealth building journey for my investors. Unprecedented demand for clarificationContinue reading “Profit Taken To The Court”

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