Last year’s reading list was a big hit with readers, so I’m doing it again. Once again, I’m trying to pin down the elusive question of “What do you read?”
When I talk to people about what made them decide to get out of debt, quit their job and start a business, decide to buy a home, or retire early, they often talk about a “moment.” In that moment, they found the courage to begin.
I haven’t been able to find it, but I’m almost certain that someone out there has invented a scientific theory for why we use more of something when it’s abundant, and less of it when it’s scarce. Here are two suggestions for dealing with it when it comes to your money.
Ever wonder if a new and innovative money system would work in your situation? When it comes to money, you can pretty much test to your heart’s content. It takes a bit more work (you have to keep your existing system active), but it lets you evaluate and explore. I call this my “money lab.” [...]