At Alchemy of Money, the security of your data is our top priority. Unlike some smaller bookkeeping and financial service firms who send sensitive information by email, our member’s data is encrypted using AES-256. Bottom line: your financial data is safe and protected. The recent development in world affairs has raised mounting concerns over cybersecurity for […]
I recently shared a video on LinkedIn about how sometimes in order to grow, you need to fire yourself. (If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch the video here.) It really resonated with many of you, and so I thought I’d highlight it here and point you to my LinkedIn page to see some additional video […]
The “Great Resignation” remains a top concern for business leaders. The ongoing churn is really affecting productivity and profitability and when you combine that with COVID sickness, January, for a lot of businesses, was rough. Here are some thoughts I’m keeping in mind to help. 1. The goal isn’t a great month, it’s a great business. Thinking […]
I wanted to share my most popular takeaways for 2021 and say thank you to all those who engaged and shared my work this year. I’ll also give you a sneak peek into 2022 at the bottom.
Thank you to everyone who responded to the question last week, are you rich? Here are some highlights I particularly enjoyed:
For many years no matter how much money I made, I didn’t feel rich. It was frustrating because while I was pursuing wealth, I realized I had not defined it, which made it perpetually out of reach.
Talk of “the Great Resignation” has been massively oversimplified and should be thrown out like old Halloween candy. What’s really going on in the employment market is much more complicated than people simply quitting their jobs.
No matter what business you run, how you interact with your customers really matters. People love to feel special, and if you can make them feel that—while also maintaining a high-quality product—they’ll come back again and again.
Apparently the housing market was too unpredictable for Zillow’s ibuyer program. Zillow determined “being an ibuyer was too risky, too volatile, and ultimately addressed too few customers, too narrow.” It’s now offloading 7,000 houses worth $2B, in multiple markets across the county so unlikely to have much effect on the market.