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1st April 2017: A Giant Leap Out of my Comfort Zone

1st April 2017: A Giant Leap Out of my Comfort Zone

I learned. I unlearned. I relearned. I implemented what I have learned. And now I am sharing my learnings. Today marks an achievement. Today I was able to tick off one item from my bucket list, even earlier than my original timeline of Sept 2017. Today I conquered, I emerged victorious. Today, 1st April 2017, while TGFI is mounting the first, the most ambitious and the biggest First Financial Literacy Summit at SMX, I was also taking a giant leap…

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Financial Literacy Course Part 1

Financial Literacy Course Part 1

Last Sunday, 17th July, we had a Financial Literacy Course for our dear Domestic Helpers in SG at the St. Bernadette Church .  This was the first part of a 2-part seminar covering the following topics: Positive and Negative Impacts of Migration, Achieving your Migration Goal, Managing your Family Income and Saving & Investing.  It was a fun-filled half day learning sessions with activities like group discussions, sharing of experiences and exercises on budgeting, tracking of expenses and mapping the…

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An Unusual Weekend

An Unusual Weekend

Last weekend was an unusual one for me focusing on making a difference in people’s lives and trying to influence change even in my own little way. 9th April, Saturday we had the Newbies Session which was unusually full packed.  On average, we usually have around 30 attendees but the turn out on that day was around 200 people.  It was good that SSS was also present at the event so we were able to get a summary of our actual premiums,…

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Rude Awakenings

Rude Awakenings

A week ago I had a rude awakening at 5:30 am.  For people who know me, they would think that this is unusual and very early for me.  But on that day, when I woke up I had to double check the actual time I woke up versus the train departure time. It was indeed a rude awakening when I saw that the train departure time was 6 am and I didn’t want to miss that train as it was…

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