Home: Authors: Kristi Rohtsalu

Status: Member since January 25, 2009
Location: Estonia
Articles: 16 Active Articles, resulting in 3070 views
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Kristi Rohtsalu is co-founder of FRXmarket.com, the P2P online market for finding, buying and selling independent professional financial & economic knowledge. She is also bank risk professional, financial blogger and hobby analyst. She writes at blog.logicoffinance.com and occasionally contributes to other financial websites. 

Kristi is committed to encouraging open mind and improving the way of thinking. In her non-financial writings, she shares her thoughts and views about life.

Haven’t you noted that the most of our problems are rooted in our thinking, and that the majority of our troubles come from our past and current choices? If that’s true, aren’t we then in the position and even responsible for improving our lives in case we don’t want to wake up in the mornings, feel stress and/or are fed up of the same things every day? Basically, it’s up to us.
Yesterday I watched 3D version of Avatar. What everyone exactly sees in it is of course individual. Here is a summary of my takeaways.
Far-reaching consequences of the financial crisis of 2007-2009 bitterly show how uncertain is the life of employees. That is why having entrepreneurial spirit is so important. However, the spirit and the skills needed do not come by itself; they need to be developed. One day I met a great example of starting already in young age.
In our daily life we even do not notice us as parts of the different social systems, perhaps the most complex human creations ever. However, these systems very much determine of what we say or do or even think. This knowledge and understanding of the underlying principles could be a source of enormous power. Therefore, in this article we make the first introduction to the world of social systems.
From this article you can find some implications to coming changes, given the fact that more and more people are thinking and talking about the necessity of being open minded. But first of all, the article could serve as a litmus test for you when you are in the process of figuring out of how open minded you currently are.
Your time is one of your most valuable assets -- invest it into the true values. If you park your money on a savings account, it is steadily melting away; as a better option, invest it into the real assets. This is the second article on this subject and considers the YES-side: what does have the true value and how to find real assets?
Your time is one of your most valuable assets -- invest it into the true values. If you park your money on a savings account, it is steadily melting away; as a better option, invest it into the real assets. This is the first article on this subject and focuses to the NO-side: what doesn’t have value that is usually thought to have value, and what is not an asset that erroneously tends to be classified as an asset.
I guess there is no news for you that we are currently in a deep financial and economic crisis. However, in order to get out of it, we at first need to understand its mechanics. This understanding by itself will clearly imply the right direction.
It’s not that much of how education system is built up, but how well it prepares us for living our lives. This is the last article out of the three, which after discussing the limitations of our education clearly visible in the times of a severe financial and economic crisis in the first article, and consideration of the current education system in its incompleteness in the second article, proposes the essential upgrade needed to our education system.
It’s not that much of how education system is built up, but how well it prepares us for living our lives. This is the second article out of the three, and considers more closely our current system in its incompleteness.
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