Steve Jobs from Apple has said he wants to ‘put a ding in the universe’, it is his way of saying his purpose is to make a really big impact. The founder of Skype (an internet phone service with hundreds of millions of users) wants to ‘make the world a better place’.
Others are motivated by mastery – that’s the process of learning new skills, having fun doing it and getting the satisfaction of improving.
Where do we get our drive from here at coinr? We want coinr to be purposeful.
Coinr is a powerful yet deceptively simple vehicle to help you master money and through that mastery and related knowledge you gain to also be more motivated about life and empowered to live life well.
Money is not everything, but mastering money management means you spend more time on a higher purpose.
Guitar Lessons? World Peace? Something else? You choose.
Our money is in so many places, bank accounts are just part of the story and cash is everywhere, or is it? Are we moving to electronic payments for everything?
If cash is disappearing, do we need to do anything else in coinr to aggregate the total picture of your finances? Well lets look at the arguments from both sides, the global picture is pretty amazing.
Globally visa, amex, mastercard and the others are taking more and more of your wallet flow. They have increased reach, range and hence convenience, ironically credit card fees and bank fees which once looked like dropping now look like they are back on the increase partially because their market power is so great. But a flood of new competitors (more…)