When I was in middle school and in high school, I was the quiet, nice and friendly guy every body knew. My habit of avoiding conflict inadvertently led to a level of peer pressure that I succumbed to. In many ways, my personality made me a follower. I was rarely the one making the important... Continue Reading →
The money-smart art of not ‘keeping up with the Joneses’.
It was my third week as a novice employee at the bank. I had been hired as a relationship banker but due to company requirements, I had to start my training at the teller line. That is where I first became aware of the financial illiteracy of most consumers. Mr. Robert (for keeping this client... Continue Reading →