Posts under Productivity & Mindset

How do I motivate myself to work and become successful?

Posted June 2, 2016 under Productivity & Mindset | No Comments

I want to be successful but I find it hard to motivate myself to work. I’ve been reading a lot of blogs and positivity quotes, but they’re not really helping. So how do I really get the motivation I need to be successful? How do I work harder in life and be more motivated to […]

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Short Term Investment

Posted February 12, 2013 under Banking, Income Opportunities, Investing, Personal Finance, Productivity & Mindset | 1 Comment

If you have P1,000,000 in your savings account that you intend to use as downpayment for a residential lot in the next 6-10 months, what would you do with it? Leave it as it is or Look for Short term investment with higher return than the savings account? Lets assume that you can still save […]


What”s wrong with me?

Posted January 27, 2013 under Productivity & Mindset | 6 Comments

Hi Fitz! Maybe you can be one person who’s in the best position to enlighten me. To give you my background, I am 46yo happily married with 4 kids. My eldest is 17yo & my youngest is 9yo. My husband is a very good provider. I used to work in a bank as an auditor. […]


Financial Indepedence

Posted February 1, 2012 under Personal Finance, Productivity & Mindset | 2 Comments

Would it be possible to become financially independent (preferrably after 5 years) by just relying on passive income such as stock investment and UTIF’s without having a certain business of your own?

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What is the next step after emergency fund?

Posted January 9, 2012 under Investing, Personal Finance, Productivity & Mindset | 5 Comments

What is the next step if you already have your emergency fund? Get a life insurance? Invest it on stocks, mutual fund etc? Buy properties for passive income?   Thanks.

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How much is the ideal emergency fund for an ofw couple?

Posted January 9, 2012 under Personal Finance, Productivity & Mindset | 7 Comments

Should it be 3 or 6 months worth of combined income or expenses?   Thanks.

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