Your fourth decade is a time for aggressive growth of savings, investments and plans. Forty (and beyond) is that age when you also realize that the lessons you have learnt along the way really do have to be implemented. Money mistakes in your 20s are not as detrimental to you as they will be in your 40s. You have a different level of entrepreneurial mindset – risk appetite. Perhaps it hits you that retirement is close. No matter how physically fit you are, recovery from a 12-hour day is just not as quick as it used to be. And you definitely start to look at your money in a different way. Here are five (5) tips to help you plan for this age.
This is the truth of life. There is no end to the expectations people have from you. The moment you go wrong, they start pointing at our mistakes. All the good done in the past are quickly forgotten. Any small mistake committed then gets magnified. This is the nature of this material world! Read here a story about how pet-owner shocked the shop-keeper.
Which friend(s) have you had the longest period in the friendship? As you try to answer this question.Bill Gates doesn’t remember the exact day he first met most of his friends, but with Warren Buffett he does. It was 25 years ago on July 5, 1991. To mark the anniversary of their friendship, he thought of sharing some of his favorite memories of their time together. Read the story here. The story of 25 Years friendship between Technology Nerd – Bill Gates and Big shot Investor – Warren Buffet. These are their topics for Learning and Laughing that has kept them: Companies, World Events, Politics, and New Innovations. These four (4) boys it reminds me of childhood friends that I have not seen for many years.