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If there is one life skill that is going to really assist you in this capitalistic society, that is how to manage your money. There is an illusion or a notion that if you make more money, you would have more money saved up and you will never be broke again. If you can’t manage $2000, then how are you going to manage millions? As you can see in following documentary, Broke, having millions of dollars is not the solution for escaping poverty. What I’m about to demonstrate and explain is one of the most difficult and confusing concept to understand for countless people in North America. If your monthly income is $2000 and you spend $2000 for that month, you have $0. If you spend $2500 for the month while your monthly income is $2000, that is -$500. It means you probably owe $500 to someone or somewhere unless […]

Being a go-to guy is actually very important when it comes to keeping your job because they rely on you to get the job done. When I said I didn’t want to be the go-to guy (G2G) during a conversation with a supervisor, It didn’t mean that I have a problem with being the G2G. I have no issue with helping out others and all, but I have no love for people who take my kindness as my weakness. When you are a G2G, many of your co-workers will try to be friendly with you. Don’t fall for it. In many cases, they are only acting in order to latch onto you and ride on your back. For that reason, one should understand one’s working environment and know when to be a G2G and when not to be one. You don’t want to be doing all the work for others […]

Recently Amazon.com Inc. agreed to pay $61.7 million in a settlement. Few days later, workers at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, would begin casting their votes to form the first union at one of the nation’s largest employers. You can read more about it link below. Amazon workers could ‘make history’ with historic union vote in Alabama “Nothing’s more important than the health and safety of our employees, and we’re doing everything we can to support them through the pandemic,” Amazon Spokesperson Maria Boschetti said in a statement. “In 2020, we invested $11.5 billion in safety measures and equipment in our buildings, including masks, temperature screening, plexiglass shields, sanitizing products, additional cleaning teams, and even an on-site testing program. The fact is that Amazon already offers what unions are requesting for employees: industry-leading pay, comprehensive benefits from the first day on the job, opportunities for career growth, all while working […]