Tweet Well – who are we to say! What we do know, however, is that in our experience most portfolio careerists do not tend to marry or partner with other portfolio workers. They usually partner with people with single track, serial or life style careers. (Read the free introduction to our book.) So it is […]
Tweet This is always one of the first questions I get after a presentation. It also dominates our portfolio careers linkedin group. I always talk about the 3 main ways people use to finance it – saving up or using redundancy money to give a cushion of comfort whilst populating your portfolio, dropping to part […]
Tweet People just starting out on a portfolio career often report some trepidation at the lack of a guaranteed income. (Eventually we all get used to it – and even learn to enjoy it!). I met someone recently who said what helped her at the beginning was to barter some of her skills for, as […]
Tweet Oh yes, its here. My talk on portfolio careers recently in High Wycombe. If you couldn’t make it there, click here …..
Tweet A new study by Aviva point out some potential problems as people change jobs more often and also have more than one job. More than half of Britons are unaware how to access previous pension schemes and two thirds are unaware that combining pension pots can lead to greater retirement income. Job-hopping and “portfolio […]
Tweet Indeed. You read that right. Instead of just writing about how to create a Portfolio Career, Nick Williams, Adrian Bourne and myself will all be offering up ideas to get you moving or at least thinking of finding work that you enjoy and get paid for. Nick Williams runs Inspired Entrepreneurs and has written […]
Tweet In our book in the chapter on My Money we suggest a couple of online free budget planning tools. The one on Martin Lewis’s website has now been updated and there are 3 alternatives. Have a look.