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Financial freedom may seem like an unattainable dream, but it’s actually very achievable if you’re willing to prioritize your finances. Sometimes it’s doing the little things that can lead to big results in the long run. If you’re willing to take a few simple steps to set yourself up on the right foundation you can be in much better shape for the future.
We’ve all heard the term impostor syndrome. It was a buzz word a few years ago and still clings to the wall of every women’s studies lecture hall. But what is it? Basically, it’s the fibromyalgia of workplace dynamics – it primarily happens to women and if you’ve never experienced it, you don’t really believe it exists.
Nowadays, we’re faced with a number of retirement challenges, with only a select demographic of elderly people able to retire comfortably, solvent, and never having to work again. The standards of living, the economic realities of business, and stagnant working-class wages mean that many workers may never get to retire.
What did you want to be when you grew up? At various points for me it was a doctor, a librarian, an author, a bookseller. I never wanted to be an accountant that’s for sure. Nevertheless, having fallen onto that path many years ago, ambition kicked in and I put my best foot forward, ever upwards on…
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