9: You First

As much as it’s wise to save your money and build a diverse portfolio of investments, the first destination for your investments should be closer home: yourself. While it’s much harder to quantify the returns on investment when you invest in yourself, like it might be if you bought a three-year government bond, I believe…

8.3: That Whole Eggs in The Same Basket Thingie (Part II)

Read Part I of this post here. Bonds A bond, of no relation to the popular character in the British movie series, is an agreement between two parties — in this case for one to lend the other money and for the other to pay it back with some interest after an agreed period. Usually…

6: Track It

In the Love Yourz post, I concluded by saying that it’s important to create a sense of autonomy (and appreciation) over your own life and its opportunities. Now, I know this is easier said than done in a world where career and financial outcomes are often influenced by systems and powers beyond our control: treasuries…

5: Zimmerman

For this one, I’ll tell you a story. No explanations, no expositions — just one long-ish story. In my first job after coming back from the States, I worked for a big corporate in Kenya. In the first four months, a friend was gracious enough to host me in his single-room unit and we split…

3: It’s Deeper Than the Check

When I read accounts of successful people, I never meet a soul that says they did it for the money. Oh yeah, I really wanted to outball my homies so I busted my ass inventing the fucking light bulb. Bruh, dat cheese tho, dat cheese.

2: On Inner Cavities

We hope to numb deep-rooted traumas with shallow things that money can buy. Tragically, the world of our hearts doesn’t work that way. The emptiness catches up with us. The cavities cave in.