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Payment-in-Kind

There have been lots of Kampung stories circulating around me recently. And closely linked to that is the story of bartering, also known as payment in kind. I used to do that myself. In my previously efficient and logical mind, I would often tell my friends to offset amounts owing to each other, including cash owing or even birthday celebrations. Yes, that was me. I once told my close friend, if it's up to me, those born in the same month should offset our birthdays and then dun need to celebrate, she would roll her eyes and keep quiet (probably thinking it’s pointless to argue with my kind of thinking). It was after that, then I realized birthday gatherings are more than that, being a celeb

What's your Money Story? (Part 4)

(A 4-part series on 20 powerful questions of Money) Everyone has our own unique story when it comes to money, how we spend money, save money, invest money, even earn money. How some people experience guilt with spending money, how some people have deservability issues when it comes to earning money or receiving money. I wonder what do you believe and what is important to you about money? One of my clients had a breakthrough in one session just based on these questions alone, it increased her level of awareness in her Money Story. It’s interesting how she said: ‘All those things I just said sounded so correct in my mind but when said out loud, sounded like rubbish!’ I always say, when we talk

What's your Money Story? (Part 3)

(A 4-part series on 20 powerful questions of Money) Everyone has our own unique story when it comes to money, how we spend money, save money, invest money, even earn money. How some people experience guilt with spending money, how some people have deservability issues when it comes to earning money or receiving money. I wonder what do you believe and what is important to you about money? It’s interesting how we have such different and unique money values and beliefs, no one is the same, similar to our unique thumbprints. This is especially evident in the Money Mindset interview series I’ve been conducting. I’ve recorded 20+ interviews to date (not all may be broadcasted yet) and it always sh

What's your Money Story? (Part 2)

(A 4-part series on 20 powerful questions of Money) Everyone has our own unique story when it comes to money, how we spend money, save money, invest money, even earn money. How some people experience guilt with spending money, how some people have deservability issues when it comes to earning money or receiving money. I wonder what do you believe and what is important to you about money? One of my clients had an ‘aha’ moment when we were having a conversation, diving deep into the issue using these questions. Over the course of these 4 days, I aim to provide support to those of you that are looking to explore and understand in depth your own Money Story. I will be asking 5 powerful questions

What's your Money Story? (Part 1)

(A 4-part series on 20 powerful questions of Money) Everyone has our own unique story when it comes to money, how we spend money, save money, invest money, even earn money. How some people experience guilt with spending money, how some people have deservability issues when it comes to earning money or receiving money. I wonder what do you believe and what is important to you about money? When I was young, as a kid, around 7-year-old, I loved fast food and always bugged my mum to go to Macdonalds. Once, she couldn’t stand my persistent whining and brought me there, she just bought one burger for me, nothing for herself. When I was eating, I asked her how come she’s not eating, she was distrac