I have been using and sticking to my budget for more than 11 years now! In the past, have you ever experienced being invited to go out on a trip or eat in a restaurant, but you had to say no because at that moment it was not in your budget? Did you ever get the response “ang kuripot mo naman!” Well I got that so many times before! What they did not know was, while I was being thrifty it allowed me to invest in the stock market at a relatively young age!
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The heart of why I do this seminars is I want to build a generation of Filipinos with the right foundation in stock investing. I want to bring smart investing to every Filipino around the world! If you would like to know more on how you could time the market checkout the trainings below.
For years, the being thrifty has been used in negative a light. It has been attached to people who are called “kill joy” and don’t want to spend on luxury or vacations.
Being thrifty does not mean you give up on things that you want but rather being thrifty today gives you the financial muscle to enjoy later on. It allows you to invest first so that you can enjoy repeatedly for a long period of time.
In this video, I was invited to guest in the show Rise and Shine to break the misconceptions about spending, saving, and being thrifty. I dream of a day that we would have more and more Filipinos who are financially free and living in the wide open spaces of more than enough.