Dr. Leslie Griesdorf: Saving for the Future

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf trades in the stock market and has dedicated himself to succeeding as an investor since he retired from his decades-long career as a dentist in 2004. He’s enjoying semi-retired life and enjoying the process of improving his wealth management abilities, and he offers advice to friends and family when they’d like to do the same.

Saving for the future allows you to pursue endeavors like Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s stock marketing trading, which can then help you accrue even more wealth to protect yourself in retired life. Tips like these can help:

  • Save Every Month

Even if you’re in an unfavorable financial situation and can only save a few dollars every month, make it a habit. As saving becomes engrained in your mind, you’ll come to enjoy it more and prioritize it even higher for every monthly paycheck. Automate the minimum you can afford each month so you don’t forget.

  • Plan for the Unforeseeable

Life will always be full of unforeseeable expenses. From emergencies like a car breaking down to spontaneous events like a fun night with an old friend, you can’t avoid the unexpected, but you can expect it. Create an emergency fund in your savings account with enough money to live on for at least three months and carve out space in your budget for one unexpected event each month. If nothing unexpected happens, put that chunk of money in savings.

  • Reduce Monthly Bills

To save as much as you can every month, follow the lead of people like Dr. Leslie Griesdorf and reduce your monthly bills. Eliminate things that you don’t need, subscriptions you don’t use and habits that aren’t good for your finances. Also, call the companies you pay your bills to and ask for lower payments.

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Dr. Leslie Griesdorf: Work/Life Balance Tips

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf is a semi-retired professional who spent over three decades working as a dentist through his private practice. Leslie Griesdorf  left dentistry in 2004 and began investing in the stock market, which he still does to this day. With more than a decade in semi-retirement, Dr. Griesdorf has found a productive work/life balance that allows him to spend as much time as possible with his loved ones.

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Tips like these can help you follow Dr. Leslie Griesdorf’s lead and find a similar work/life balance in your busy schedule:

  • Take a Few Irons Out of the Fire

If you’re always busy and don’t have much of a work/life balance, it’s time to step back and look at where your time goes. Unless all of your spare time goes to social media – in which case, it’s an easy fix to stop logging in more than once a day – you’ll likely need to take a few irons out of the fire.

For example, if you’re taking yoga classes, karate classes and spinning classes while trying to manage a business, pick one fitness focus and set the others aside.

  • Focus on the Present

A perfect work/life balance doesn’t do much if you’re constantly thinking about work when you’re with family and vice versa. Learn to focus on the present and set aside thoughts about anything that happened earlier in the day or anything you have to do later.

As an extension of being present, avoid talking to friends or family when you should be working and don’t worry about work tasks when you’re relaxing.

Though Dr. Leslie Griesdorf enjoys a positive work/life balance, he still makes adjustments as life changes. You’ll have to do the same, rebalancing as things enter and leave the equation.

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Leslie Griesdorf Self-Taught Stock Market Investor

Dr. Leslie Griesdorf, now retired from his successful career dental practice in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is a successful trader and investor on the TSE, the Toronto Stock Exchange.  The TSE, or TSX as it is often abbreviated, is the ninth largest exchange in the world in market capitalization.  The TSE is based in Griesdorf’s native Toronto and is a holding of TMX Group for the trading of senior equities.  

Many different types of businesses are on the Toronto Stock Exchange, from income trusts and investment funds to exchange traded funds and split share corporations.  Especially prominent on the Toronto Stock Exchange are mining, oil, and gas companies, more than on any other trading exchange.  The TSE, where Leslie Griesdorf enjoys a successful second career as an investor and trader, began life with the Association of Brokers in 1852.  This group morphed into the Toronto Stock Exchange in 1861 with 24 men at the Masonic Hall.