Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Money Saving Tips for Nepalese in Australia

Living in Australia is quite expensive and it is often challenging to manage the expenses even when you have a job. Sometimes you are earning enough to meet the expenses but you want to save some money so that you could go on a trip to Great Ocean Road or a movie with friends. Whatever the reason, you can save hundreds of dollars each year by being little bit smarter in the major things you do. Below are some of the tips I think will be useful for anyone who wants to minimise the expenses so that they can increase their savings.

Saturday, August 19, 2017

IPOs vs FDI - A paradox of Billions of Rupees!

Image Credit: Continental Currency
I have been watching out for investment opportunities in the Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) in Nepal through Share Sansar, a very useful source of information for potential investors. I would like to do a little bit of marketing here - I have enjoyed surfing through ShareSansar. Although not perfect, it has been one of the greatest source of investment information for me.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Consequences of Negativity in Entrepreneurship

Source: http://zengerfolkman.com

What is negativity?

Negativity is the rumours or news about something bad happening, has happened and/or will happen.
Negativity rooted in the politics of the country is highly prevalent in Nepal. However, negativity comes from everywhere, from social events that go wrong to the celebrity scandal, to the statement of the Indian officials as well as commoners and so on. There is no limit for negativity. People living within Nepal and abroad, all gossip about the bads and wrongs. The media loves negativity.