Think of a permission request as a key exchange. To whom would you give a key to your house or car?
How people are using a spreadsheet to manage shared expenses with Tiller Money. The Tiller service is built on Google Sheets, which is inherently collaborative.
In two words, the themes of 2017 for Tiller were “groundwork” and “growth.” We’re fired up as we head into the new year
Humility, Presence, Heart, Potential, Collaboration: The founder of Tiller Money reflects on the themes he experienced witnessed at #FinCon17.
What’s the real reason behind that purchase? Peter explores what the Five Whys can reveal about our intentions behind a purchase and teach us about ourselves.
As a culture, we tend to accumulate stuff. Clothes, books, and gadgets, but where does it all go and why do we hoard it? Peter Polson reflects on this habitual cycle and shares some ideas for how to learn to let go of the “cake.
Most of us are seeking money, but to what end? Peter shares about his time at a retreat focused on the financial independence philosophy taught by Mr. Money Mustache.