The Cofounder of Wattpad on Being a Conservative Yet Reckless Business Owner | Wealthsimple
A year after Allen Lau started his company, he and his cofounder didn’t have enough to both buy Starbucks. They never looked back.
How One Man in British Columbia Lives Happily on Almost $0 a Day | Wealthsimple
He didn’t do it out of principle. But over time, Nick Farrar found himself living on almost nothing because having things felt like a waste of time.
The Drummer from Keys N Krates Tells Us Why He Doesn’t Care About Material Things but Still Wants a Gold Rolex | Wealthsimple
Adam Tune from the Toronto band talks about how his most valuable financial lessons came from realizing he could live happily being broke.
Elaine Lui Tells Wealthsimple Why She Loves Investing in Herself—and Shoes | Wealthsimple
Lui—you may know her from CTV’s etalk and The Social—explains being addicted to opportunity and how her financial philosophy can be explained by Chinese astrology.
The Author of "Power of Habit" On Not Being Intimidated By Money | Wealthsimple
To Charles Duhigg—author of "The Power of Habit" and the forthcoming "Smarter Faster Better"—financial power comes from understanding what money really is.
“We live in a culture where it’s not OK to ask about money. That’s a problem.” | Wealthsimple
Michele Romanow helped cofound Buytopia and SnapSaves and is a judge on Dragon’s Den. But her real financial education started when she was six.
“I Created the Most Famous Hairstyle Ever, but I Couldn’t Even Pay My Electric Bill” | Wealthsimple
The most important things Chris McMillan —the hairstylist who makes people like Jennifer Aniston and Kim Kardashian look good— learned about money, he learned when he was a crack addict.
“The Most Important Thing I Learned About Money Is Nobody Knows Anything.” | Wealthsimple
Alex Blumberg—producer of This American Life, creator of NPR’s Planet Money, and founder of Gimlet Media—tells us how going from journalist to entrepreneur gave him more faith in billionaires.