Four years ago, you embarked on your college journey. You fought through late nights, difficult classes, boring classes, homework and deadlines and you finally arrived.
I understand what it’s like starting out in the working world. For a lot of graduates, first salaries are not very impressive. If you have
I love listening to commencement speeches from keynote speakers. They’re full of inspiration, examples of courage, failures and successes, dedication and some very wise advice.
Crash-landing, deafening silence, impossible solution, autopilot, plastic glasses, jumbo shrimp…What do these all have in common? Well, their respective literal meaning is an oxymoron, but
We all go through the phase when we think we deserve better than our current remuneration. For some, that feeling is constant and proven. Whether
It’s official! Fall is here; it’s the season of overpriced Starbucks pumpkin lattes, North Face jackets, Under Armour cold gear and UGG boots. Let’s not
Last year when I published Money-Smart Millennials, I was working as a licensed banker. My experience working and helping my clients, particularly millennials, achieve financial