High Net World: Making Money Easier
My good friend and confidante, Alan Steel of Alan Steel Asset Management, once said, “In the world’s slimmest book, the Actuaries Joke Book, you’ll discover that the problem with savers is that 50% of them don’t know what 50% is.”
Alan not only makes a good point, he lives it as a self-made millionaire who never lost his sense of financial direction nor forgot where he came from.
And it’s our rank inability to think with numbers that causes us so many problems.
The fact is that most of our saving, investment and expenditure decisions are driven by emotion. It’s a trait we inherited a million moons ago when we lived on the Savannah grasslands, made fight or flight decisions based on adrenaline levels and our Lizard Brains, and communicated in a serious of whistles, grunts and clicks – today we call that language ‘social media’.
So when people ask why we started HNW I tell them this, “We may be a long way from Savannah, but we’re still making decisions like we’re living in the grasslands.”
HNW is here to help people who are investors (or who aspire to be), those involved with startups (or who plan to be), and those who want to create financial freedom and take control of how they spend their time each day.
We’ve moved from being an entrepreneurial title to a growing hub of information and free guides about making money easier through investing, developing revenue streams to escape the 9 to 5, and even mortgages for self-employed people.
George Bernard Shaw wrote: “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
Come and be unreasonable with HNW.
Sign up for our free guides about How To Become A Millionaire (On An Average Wage) and How to Get a Mortgage (When You’re Self-Employed) and let’s try and turn those financial fantasies into realistic goals.
Your high net world awaits.
Ed Emerson, Director, HNW
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