Tuesday, January 22, 2019

My Route to Financial Freedom

One of my university majors was Finance. The reason for me on choosing this was that I like to explore all the possibilities and probabilities. I like figures and get around with them but I hate Accounts. I don't mean Accounting figures are meaningless but, to me, the process of doing this is rather boring. One good thing on Finance is that I could justify the figures by adding in assumptions with is not allowed in Accounts. In short, Finance allows me to carry out some assumptions to justify my analysis.

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

2019 Happy New Year: 2018 Financial Review

Happy New Year in 2019!

It has been another year. Recall from what I did for the past one year, after recalling my resignation at the request of the company's directors, the company is yet to honor what they promised a year ago. So, while the same old problem is still not solved, the workload has doubled or tripled. My body has been giving me some hints. Without proper adjustment, I am afraid that the consequences will be unimaginable. It’s too late to regret by then. Before I have made a big mistake, I must take a good look at what I should do from now on. For me, health is the greatest asset. No matter how much money I have, I just can't buy my lost health. Another thing is that since I am yet to attain the age of  50, I have lots of grey hair. This has shown how much pressure from my work.




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Monday, January 1, 2018





Happy New Year

Today is the beginning of 2018. In Johor, today is not a public holiday. People go to work as usual. However, my feeling is very different. Beside being excited by the beginning of the new year, I am glad that I could accomplish my long-term plan today.

In the second half of 2012, I felt fed-up at work. The reason was because the boss's vexatious. After careful study of my financial status, I decided to resign. Before tendering, I heard that there would be a huge reshuffle. So I waited. Fortunately, I was transferred to other departments. Although I had to take care of two departments, the workload was greatly reduced.

Everything went fine until the beginning of 2014.  The department director suddenly told me that I had to take care one more department because the then head was unable to meet the company's performance requirements. The most ridiculous thing is that I did not know much about the operation of this department. I asked why I was chosen. He said he was very sure that I would perform better than the then head. This department is the Logistics Department. My company is a multinational company and you had no idea how big Logistics Department was. Staff management alone is already a big headache. The worst part was that there was not even a penny added to me. Even though I was reluctant, I thought positively by taking this opportunity to learn more.