I started this blog to give my readers tips and tricks about personal banking. I had several clients who found my advice very useful. I gave them ideas and showed them how to improve their personal banking. For that, I am very proud. I’m good at my job, and although it might seem funny to some, I love giving advice on finances. When I start chatting about this topic, you realize that I know what I’m talking about. I go through every detail, and my advice is always based on a pretty large real-world experience. Some clients might find my approach to be very direct, but I don’t fool around when it comes to finances. I give it to you straight, whether you like it or not. During my working experience, I’ve found that being direct and not sugarcoating is the best way to avoid wasting time and energy. Especially mine.
In my line of work, I’ve created some enemies, not gonna lie, but I’ve also created many friends – good-hearted people who recognize my efforts and want to do their best to give me some helpful advice. Although I love to give advice, taking advice is not my strong side. It’s hard for me to recognize that I also sometimes need help.
My son and I live in a house close to a building site. This place is with old houses, but now the local government is turning it into some shopping area. There’s a lot of dust almost every day, and although I love this house, I’m thinking about moving. I’m afraid that the polluted air is not good for the health of my son. But, a while ago when I helped a client with his finances, he noticed that something was bugging me. When I told him what the problem was, he told me that he had experienced something similar. “There’s a solution”, he said, “your son’s health is not in danger, but the thing you need to figure out is how much you love your house”. He recommended I buy an air purifier. “That way”, he said, “you can have fresh air in your house and a happy son”. After doing some calculations, I realized that this will be the optimal solution. I was ready to move, but I accepted the advice and now I’m home and I’m happy. I have given so much advice during my professional career, it was about time for me to accept one.