How mysterious “money scripts” create our financial belief system - and stop us getting what we wantRead More
1. Working on projects because you want to and not because you have to.
2. Living a comfortable life which to me is being able to afford the necessities to survive (an apartment and all the bills that come along with it; food; minimum debt payments, etc.) and some extra to live without struggling every month.
Money buys freedom. Freedom to make decisions about how to spend your time. For instance, you can choose your work (or not!), or under your own terms (part-time, out of your house, following your passion) and to make trade-offs in your time (e.g., spend time cleaning or pay someone else to help with that).Read More
Vestpod is going to change women’s lives in the UK. Being financially savvy is hugely empowering, I can’t wait to see the impact of your incredible initiatives.Read More
Definitely my financial and personal investment in Adrenna. I have learned so much from the experience and it drives me everyday. While the work can be uncertain, gruelling and lonely, I can look back and see how much I have grown as a person and entrepreneur.Read More
Forget About The Marshmallow Test and Find Your DriveRead More
I’m incredibly passionate about how education and female empowerment bring communities out of poverty; as such Elevare also supports disadvantaged girls in India to get an education.Read More
How are your thoughts controlling your actions?Read More
Co-founder of HANX, the first premium male condom designed with women in mind. Together with my friend Sarah (a medical doctor with experience in gynaecology), we founded the first vegan, fair trade condom in Europe targeting women.Read More
The answer may surprise you...Read More
What does financial independence mean to you?
It means that I can afford the life that I want to live.Read More
Cause you're the only one who makes me, the only one who makes me happy.
I’m a software engineer at a cybersecurity tech start up in Raleigh, NCRead More
Look out for these signs!Read More
a) It’s not helpful and b) we don’t believe you!Read More
This may be the best book I have ever read - and it may also help my financesRead More
I recently asked for a pay rise - having been on a junior wage for a year and achieving a lot such as winning clients, leading projects etc. I was told I had no capacity and company was not 'money driven' in that sense.Read More