What are the money lessons you learned from you parents? Brighter Life advocate Piolo Pascual shares his money smarts for a brighter future and how he’s passing them to his son Iñigo.
Whoever said the corporate world bears resemblance with being in (high) school is right. Back then, we learned the basics of accounting, electronics, a foreign language, etc. When I think of my job and what I do, I realize that the skills I’ve acquired are far more applicable to real life. Lots more useful, too.
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I soon found out the words that I say have a direct impact upon my finances. Of course, there is that matter on financial management. Even if I have enough, I set priorities. I believe that just changing the words I was using with myself and others brought abundance very quickly into my life.
Investing is for everyone! That has been our mantra since way back the early years of our marriage. Our young sons and even members of our household staff have investments.
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It’s about empowering Filipinos to choose appropriate financial decisions and actions, not for the self alone but also for the people they want to see happy and comfortable.
Christmas will be magical than ever as we continue our custom of entertaining a house-full of people with music and good food. The lights would still twinkle and decorations shine even brighter.
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Whenever I see my son being generous to other kids with his food or toys, or confidently expressing himself, I like to think that our efforts are paying off: we’ve taught him about sharing, without making him feel deprived, and that his opinion is valued.