How we value money when we purchase things

To avoid impulsive purchases that surpass your budget and cause catastrophic experiences, take a look at these 3 tips related to Dan Ariely’s scientific discoveries. He is a scientist and MIT psychology professor who says, “It’s possible to manipulate what we’re willing to spend.” Arbitrary coherence, prices are flexible. You purchase a few chocolates with […]

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How to teach finances to young people

They teach us many things in school. School curriculums are filled with math, language arts and history. But a common debate is how little they teach us about finances. For example, did they teach you how to open a bank account in school? Did they teach you how to fill out a withdrawal form? Did […]

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How to save time and resources with the Eisenhower Box

Do you know who Eisenhower was? He was the 34th president of the United States, who served two terms from 1953 to 1961. Apparently, one of the great traits that separated him from the others was his productivity. The way he managed his time and tasks is an example worth following. His greatest tool was […]

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