Empowering People with Financial Knowledge
I'm just an average accountant at best - I didn't go to the Wharton School of Business, nor have I completed an MBA from a reputable school for that matter. What I do have is years of experience working in the financial planning area for a wide range of industries including the government, auto manufacturing, telecommunication and mutual funds. While it's difficult to say that my experiences have directly contributed to my personal financial knowledge, they have allowed me to gain a wider field of view.
Understanding how businesses operate and grow made me more curious about how individuals would achieve the same results that any other corporations would have on a regular basis. After years of searching, I realized that the key to financial success is within our very own lives. Our lifestyles define the way we perceive and consume money, and how we plan for our ultimate goal to be financially independent. It takes prudence and persistent mentality to have complete control of our money - this, I'm constantly striving to claim myself as the winner.
In the new era of investing, social presence is having a huge impact on the way we think as investors. Some are good, while others simply speak out with noticeable conflicts of interest. The purpose of 'Investing Lifestyle' is to create an environment where investors from all over the world can learn and thrive without any unnecessary barriers. As you delve deeper, I hope that you can share a similar philosophy to the one that I have engraved here.
How I Started My 'Investing Lifestyle' Journey
Shifting my focus away from the societal norm to my core values.