One of the reasons I really like the blog “Grow Your Bank Account” is because it is clean and easy to navigate without a whole lot of hype!
I cannot stand a cluttered up blog with tons of ads!
“Grow Your Bank Account” is not that!
Jeff Velmonte, Grow Your Bank Account
Jeff Velmonte, an engineer living in the Philippines, was inspired by his entrepreneurial parents.
Watching his parents work their business from home each day while growing up planted a seed of desire. From a young age he was motivated to explore the world of business which sparked his “Grow Your Bank Account” blogging and online business endeavors.
Business Success Is A Process
If you are looking for a get rich quick scheme, then you will not find it on “Grow Your Bank Account” because Jeff is the real deal.
Jeff will be the first to tell you that it takes time to acquire wealth. You can attain the financial independence that you deserve when you stick with it but it takes time.
Jeff will give you that time!
He really cares and takes the time to get to know his customers and visitors. Jeff teaches you steps to take consistently and regularly to improve your value and grow your bank account!
Business Tips That Work
You will find a wide variety of topics on the Grow Your Bank Account Blog.
- Business Principles
- Business Terminology
- Business Wisdom From Leading Entrepreneurs
- Extra Income Activities
- Money Management Principles
- Mindset For Entrepreneurs
- Stock Market Investing
- Habits of Wealthy People
Entrepreneurs Deal With Business Problems
One particular article The Entrepreneur And Mood Swings hit home with me.
Entrepreneurs working from home can often experience a wide range of emotions in a day. Those working alone need to learn how to maintain an even keel. Jeff’s tips are:
- Embrace challenges
- Set goals daily defining what a “win” is
- And of course my favorite HAVE FUN!!
Business Acronyms From Jeff
Jeff is an acronym kind of guy and his favorite is: FOCUS.
Visit “Grow Your Bank Account” as he continues to do what he does best….
(Which also happens to be his motto.)
Teaching people to grow their bank account slowly but surely.