Another jam packed month full of work, finishing more university subjects (yay!) and collaborations on the How To Money platform. I recently wrote about the importance of financial education on my personal site, which is an issue I am extremely passionate about. On How To Money this month we featured a guest post on diversification and the healthy investing pyramid, and recorded a podcast episode on comparing financial products with Finder.com.au.
If you’re looking for a phenomenal piece of writing, this option article written by American author Jessica Knoll is absolutely spot on. For Jessica, ‘success meant doing something well enough to secure independence’, which is something that particularly resonated with me. Jessica points out that ‘rich’ is still definitely a man’s word, and for a woman to say they want to be ‘rich’, it elicits a much different response from society.
In thinking about education this month, I read an article by Dr. Kevin Currie-Knight about the need to give learners time to fail. Dr. Currie-Knight highlights that the ‘freedom to fail without penalty, and the freedom to take the time one needs — are key to the learning process, but are often missing in school environments. As soon as one puts learning on a standardized time schedule, you preclude the learner from being able to take their time, and this means that failure now comes at a cost’.
Until next month,