how to make 9 million Ksh this year

A story was narrated at this years centonomy open day about a communications professional who in spite of earning a healthy six figure salary,found himself saddled with debts every month. In fact,every end month he waited patiently on pay day for the accountant in his office to go to the bank to activate salaries, and he even knew exactly what time they would arrive in bank accounts of different banks so that he could reassure his friends that he would pay them their money in good time.

Fed up with his lifestyle, this professional, who through applying lessons learned from the centonomy course was able to take charge of his finances, and even create investments that gave him revenues exceeding  kKsh 9,000,000 (about USD 100,000) in one year!Yes, one year!!And there was no get rich schemes, no sleepless nights, no illegal activities;but a matter of better planning ,attitude adjustment, resourcefulness and utilising skill, talents and even hobbies that already existed. It will be scary to figure out what you are worth, to trace what you spend your money on, and to realise what you need to sustain your lifestyle into retirement. The other option is to just continue as you are and get surprised by what you earn in old age (just ask someone over 65 what they get from their retirement benefits).

This is just one of many great stories that were shared at that and other forums for personal development.It is real evidence that you …yes you can have abundance in your life!No more, “I’m so broke’ or “I need more money” or borrowing money left and right to sustain your lifestyle. Instead, picture yourself in your dream house, living your dream lifestyle, taking exotic holidays, wearing the clothes you love everyday of the year for the rest of your life. Then,with some fear we will admit, take the first step, start educating yourself on your finances.

Waceke Nduati, who is the Personal Financial Trainer behind the centonomy series explains the basic principles behind looking at your finances with a sober mind, and making changes that could well mean the difference between dire poverty, and long term sustainable wealth, and with it, freedom to live the life that you choose.

23 Comments

  • Eric Nyaga

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Financial literacy is the one key that makes a lot of difference.

  • peter

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    i would like to know and learn more.

    • Catherine Siloni

      Reply Reply September 8, 2014

      Tell me how

    • global1010

      Reply Reply September 9, 2014

      Yes go ahead and attend the course.i attended it too and it was an eye opener!I’m more on the entrepreneurship side of the game,so if you’d like tips on how to make some side money then subscribe!

  • robert

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    quite insightful

  • Everlyne

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Hi, i would like to attend the Centonomy open day. When is the next one and location please.

    • global1010

      Reply Reply September 9, 2014

      January 15th I believe it will be at Museum Hill.Theres a course ongoing if you’re lucky you might still be able to register and attend

  • mustafa

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Please i urgently need more information about this.

  • Lavender

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Wow. This is an amazing story indeed. This is information every young person should read and internalize. I will never miss an event!

  • kilonzo

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    How how how……

  • Gabriel m muli

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    interested in the game tell me how.

    • global1010

      Reply Reply September 9, 2014

      You start by getting an education on your finances.Courses like Centonomy help with that.You can also read on your own or subscribe on this website for online tips delivered straight to your mailbox

  • Diana

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Teach me!

  • Dre Ngugi

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    Awesome!

  • Titus ndegwa

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    I wud like such kind of money to help out my family en support my wife who is in campus since her mum has no the money she needs

  • Diana B

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    great! there’s a solution to all this mess! now show me what to do, say I’m unable to attend the event, can I still get bits of your advice ?
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    • global1010

      Reply Reply September 9, 2014

      Its a full 8 weeks or so course in different parts of Nairobi.If you like information about entrepreneurship online then you can subscribe here for more on that!

    • global1010

      Reply Reply September 9, 2014

      Absolutely!subscribe on this website for more tips on business and life

  • Hilda Gikera

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    I attended the session on Saturday although I was late, but the presentations I heard were a mind changer. I did not regret coming but instead, I look forward to starting the class next month.

    Could you please forward to me on the email given below Peter Nduati’s presentation, it was amazing. I did not get to hear Carol’s presentation and I would love to go through it, please lemmi know if I can get both on soft.

    Thank you.

  • Hilda Gikera

    Reply Reply September 8, 2014

    The 18 year girl at the University, “Wamucii”, she challenged me!!

  • Gilbert Tanui

    Reply Reply September 9, 2014

    Wow! Wish to know how make that come true

  • phil

    Reply Reply September 10, 2014

    where do we attend centonomy classes in kisumu?

  • Loolio

    Reply Reply September 16, 2014

    well…it does sound interesting and encouraging. kindly share how those away from Nairobi have been targeted / or how you planning for them to benefit from the course

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