By Mukesh Dedhia, CFP
“Let’s uncomplicate!” is the slogan of one of the health insurance products in India and I find great sense in its application for all aspects of life. We are fortunate that God has given humans complex minds to think and that is what makes us superior to animals.
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By Suresh Sadagopan, CFP
A teacher once remarked to me, “We can only simplify concepts if we have a deep understanding of the subject.” It dawned on me that this is actually a very profound statement. Only an experts know things so well that they can make the sublime, simple.
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By Jaeyoung Yang, CFP
The KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid!) rule is a communication strategy used in advertising. The philosophy of the KISS rule in advertising is to encourage people to make a purchase with direct, simple messages that are easily understood. Most well-known speakers use this rule to make their messages clear and moving.
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By Daehong Kwon, CFP
The more advanced financial markets become, the more complex financial products and services tend to get. In South Korea, the financial industry and capital markets have been making a lot of progress in the past few years. In the environment of low interest and growth rates, investors have a hard time finding palatable financial products.
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By Mark DiGiovanni, CFP
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
During the 1970’s, Japanese motorcycle manufacturers came to dominate the market with increasingly sophisticated, potent, yet reliable machines.
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