You can grow your income far above inflation if you grow your human capital.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
What is the one thing that someone between ages 20 to 45 can do to increase her or his wealth?
Invest in your own human capital!
In other words; increase your skillset and knowledge base.
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A graduate in the States will earn R11 million more in her life than a non-graduate.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
Engineering, computer science, mathematics… these give you a large return on your buck.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
If it’s not viable for you to get a university degree; consider learning a trade.— Warren Ingram, Galileo Capital Financial Advisor
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