Do you struggle with holiday shopping and managing your finances? In 2016, Canadians planned to spend an average of $600 on holiday shopping, but more than half (51 per cent) expected to go over budget in the exuberance of the festive season.
Maili Wong is the #1 Amazon Bestselling author of Smart Risk, and strives to help others obtain a work-optional life. Maili Wong recently had the honour of sharing her insights on how to achieve the ‘work-optional’ life on Business in Vancouver.
To achieve this “work-optional” life, start with understanding which stage of life you’re in, then focus on appropriate priorities when building wealth over the medium and long term. – Maili Wong
Read the full article on Business in Vancouver.
TEDx Gastown has just announced their list of speakers, and we are thrilled to share that Maili Wong will be one of them! Taking Smart Risk is an idea worth spreading, and we’re thrilled that TEDx feels the same way. Click here to learn about all of the inspiring women who will be taking the stage on October 29th, 2016 at TEDx Gastown Women.
What’s the best financial advice you’ve ever received? With many Canadians struggling to save for retirement, I was recently on CKNW 980 AM radio to discuss rising Canadian consumer debt, how Canadians are living beyond their means, and what we can do about it. To listen in, click here.
Listen in as Maili Wong and Tyler Orton discuss CIBC’s recent poll on the Reality Vs. Perceived cost of children’s education. Although 80 percent of Canadians claim they know the real cost of post-secondary education, a new CIBC poll released indicates that in fact 75 percent of parents aren’t fully in the know of the actual costs.
Click here to listen to Reality Vs. Perceived cost of children’s education to help you better understand how to save for your child’s future education.
On Sept. 14, 2016 listen to Maili Wong on Alumni Career Services Webinar (open ONLY to UBC alumni) share her tips on how to work smarter, not harder, to achieve a work-optional life!
Listen in on Maili Wong’s recent interview on CKNW980 AM with John McComb as they discuss the Reality vs. Perceived cost of children’s education. The CIBC poll which was recently released indicates that in fact 75 percent of parents aren’t fully aware of the actual costs.