This is a short paragraph on our best financial advice. Always put away at least 20% of your earnings and save it. It doesn’t matter if you cannot start at 20%, 10% is also fine as long as you increase it over time as your earnings grow. Secondly, avoid debt. Debt is only good if it is productive. Borrowing money to buy shoes, clothes and so on is ill news. Lastly, invest in yourself. Increase your earning power by learning new skills. Always remember, you are your greatest asset.
On the first workday of 2020, Goke brought a chart to the office and said he was going to save an extra N400,000 with it. By the last week of 2020, not only had he saved N400,000, Chika had saved N350,000, and Maleek, who joined the challenge in June and had half the time, had saved a whole N250,000.
It’s the first week of 2021 and what better way to start the year than to join a challenge that’ll help you smash your money goals. Be like Goke. Create a stash on ALAT, download the chart here, print the chart, and tick off a box each week.
One more thing, try not to miss a week. Good luck! By the way, which box are you ticking this week?
Gratitude is a close companion with both humility and integrity. While gratitude without integrity is insincere flattery, it takes humility to say, “Thanks, I couldn’t have done it without you.”
This year, be quick to express gratitude. Don’t be shy to tell another how much he or she means. Don’t take the kindnesses of others for granted. Be eager to say thanks and among the first to express praise. More than anything else, count your blessings, naming them one by one.
If you’ve still got some energy and your FPL team has what it takes, sign up for the ALAT Fantasy Premier League to prove it. There are cash prizes to be won.
That’s it for today. Remember, sharing is caring and rewarding. Be kind this weekend. You can start by spreading the news. Share this with a friend. Friends don’t let friends miss out on stuff like this. We’ll see you next week.