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Monday, May 08, 2023

Couch Convo - Financial Advice For All

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28 comments:

  1. 不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不唐不不不不不唐不

    Which Convo I wan join again bayii ooooo


    From the above, there is this sexy, pretty damsel with fake yansh coming towards a man who has vision and ready to be wealthy in life..

    For the young man to be able to achieve his aims and objectives in life about financial freedom, he must be able to change his ways(let go of any distractions from a woman or anything that can jeopardize his determination)

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  2. Hehehehe


    I no understand. What does that mean?

    But honestly, if to say I save all the money I spent on women those earlier years, I no think say I for dey the level I dey now. I swear. That gender do me strong thing.

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    1. Dem say if woman dey come from ur lane,cross go the other lane...avoid women

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    2. Someone rightly said; ''You can never impress a woman whose value is attached to material things. The more you try, the more she wants more and there are many men out there that can outperform you.

      So when they tell you 1Ok is small, you should know what that means.''

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    3. Well said Teejay, man wey use money woo woman will never stop spending

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  3. My only financial advise is to always save as much as u can, no matter how little you earn, try and save what u can save from it. I inculcated this habit when I was a teacher in Nigeria and it never left me. I know how much this habit has helped me today.
    My mum's trip was so expensive because of how much rush rush we had to book her ticket but I was able to comfortably afford my own share not because I earn a lot but because I had been saving long before that

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    1. True, i am able to buy my mum a phone cos of the saving habit i have, no be say i too get money o but that savings helped

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  4. Lol..

    Dear kings,
    This post would have less engagement.. E get why..
    #Read&Learn

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  5. Saving is not easy but is necessary.

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  6. My own advise to ''Self'' is to ensure that I don't spend all my earnings. Save, save and save cos issues no dey ever finish! Take care of what is needed and save!

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  7. Oh yeah young and poor boy. You have no biz looking or chasing a woman. Pursue investments, jobs etc. Becoming financially stable should be your priority.

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  8. My advice is having a multiply income stream is very important and while at it SAVE, SAVE , SAVE. Learn new things if you have free time on your hands.

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  9. Saving helps alot, Is savings from my mini jobs during holidays, I'm using to train myself. Not easy though.

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  10. My take is to stay focus and avoid any distractions.

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  11. Save for raining days, if you are in a place and you are stagnant , it is never too late to start again.
    Spend wisely, go for needs and not wants.

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  12. Ignore women is what the man is saying, or at least do not become distracted by them. Must be advice from the manosphere.

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  13. From the picture up there, I think the old man was advising him not to let a woman distracte him in this life. When she was coming from this lane, cross the other lane

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  14. Feed your focus! Avoid distractions!

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  15. Every January I start a saving challenge where I said 1 pound per day and at the end of the year I 365 pounds. My birthday is January so I use it as spending money for my bday holiday or I just buy myself a very nice gift!

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  16. Avoid womanising if you want to be successful in life.

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  17. I realized that I spent N1.8m on women in 2022. I broke up with my gf. Single all the way. I no do again

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  18. Lol! Something must kill a man. A man must die

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  19. Hmmmm, the advice is good but them go gree hear?

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  20. Don't forget that expenses will always rise to match income. The more you earn, the more you spend. That's why someone making N200k/month is complaining and someone making N1m/month is also complaining. Nobody has figured it out.

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