Hi, my name is Ka Hoe and I’m the founder of J Advisory. I’m back with another money misconception, which all of us know the answer to but we still have to seek affirmation from another side. So is money the only measure for success? To me, the answer is no, because success is really defined by what we set out to be right, some of us define success to be so simple as just being happy or how blissful or how fulfilled we are.
You know, like conquering Mount Everest or traveling around the world and for others, it could be also something simple like, you know as a parent just seeing your kids growing up being independent and able to take care of themselves. That’s another measure of success, but for me, success is really measured, and this this is a lot of why we actually set up J Advisory is because success to me is being able to help somebody turn around not just their financial state, but their current state to be more happy to be able to spend more time for themselves and their family to be able to spend more time for the hobbies that they love right?
So a lot of people think that turning around is just having to turn around their financial state from being a negative to positive but it’s really a lot more than that. It’s about turning also their wealth from having a negative wealth to something positive or you know we help people who basically 10x or our best records was about a 180X. But I guess the whole feeling of success is really when after helping that particular person how they look at you to really say, thank you and it is actually more than what words can mean you know, so I feel that success is something that money can’t even buy.
So do share with me how you define success and I’ll be happy to see you in the next video. Take care guys.