Sunél’s Blog

Sunél's Blog | The superpower of living with less
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 23 September 2022

One of the most surprising discoveries in financial planning, has been observing how people react to unexpected financial hardship. The unexpectedness of the change is often as hard to come to terms with as the actual hardship.

A change in financial situation often coincides with life transitions.  When it becomes apparent that someone must scale down their standard of living, the reactions vary widely. 

Sunél's Blog | What is your life really like?
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 16 September 2022

The media plays a significant role in how you experience your own life.  But are you perhaps living a reported experience rather than your own present experience?  Perhaps it is time to re-evaluate whose voice and experience you are listening to.  

Sunél's Blog | Looking back, to look ahead
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 09 September 2022

This week we marked Foundation’s 10th anniversary with our Johannesburg clients. I was grateful for the opportunity to pause and reflect on the journey.

Sunél's Blog | Sometimes we need to silent
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 02 September 2022

Sometimes we change our minds.  I did.  

Sunél's Blog | Perspective
26 August 2022

Good fortune is not just money in the bank.  It can be much bigger than that and far more rewarding in your daily life.  It all depends on your perspective.  It was a lesson I re-learned this week.  

Sunél's Blog | Rethinking the gendered approach to financial planning
By
Sunél Veldtman, | 19 August 2022

What is best for the individual in financial planning is not always what is best. Particularly when gender stereotyping has a role in it.