The philosophy of sufficiency serves as the anchor for everything we do here at Providend—whether it’s planning for our clients, investing for them, or providing advice. Sufficiency is about having enough, but the question remains: when is enough truly enough? How do we find contentment in life, and what does contentment mean?
In this week’s Money Wisdom episode, our CEO, Christopher Tan, elaborates on how we can identify the things that are important to us, which he terms as life decisions, and also “ikigai” decisions—those that help us live our day-to-day life in a way that is worth living. Financial decisions can then be arranged to support these life decisions.
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You can find The Business Times article “How to Make Life Decisions” here, where Chris shares the true meaning behind “ikigai” and how you can discover the life you have always desired to live: https://providend.com/how-to-make-life-decisions
Meanwhile, stay tuned for our next episode!
Music courtesy of ItsWatR.
The host of this episode, Jin Lee, is an Associate Adviser at Providend, the first fee-only wealth advisory firm in Southeast Asia and a leading wealth advisory firm in Asia.
The full list of Providend’s Money Wisdom podcast episodes from Season 3 can be found here.
*Providend is very excited to share that we are now ready to extend our service offerings to the younger accumulators who are looking for holistic, independent, conflict-free wealth advice!
For this group of younger accumulators, we know that it is not easy to make retirement planning a priority when other financial goals – buying a first home, for example, or saving for a child’s education – appear more pressing. Learn how we can help here.
Let us assist you in taking care of your financial concerns so you can focus on what matters to you. If you would like an honest opinion on your current financial/retirement plan, insurance portfolio, investment approach and/or estate plan, make an appointment with us today.