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Should You Do Less? | Entreprelife

Should You Do Less?

Happy New Year! I was going to start my year-in-review today, but this guest post written by my good friend Mike is too good to pass up! Enjoy.

It’s very rare that our answer to a problem is LESS. Usually the presented solution is MORE.


If a govern­ment program is floun­dering, we can just throw money at it, right?

But what about the money they already have? When was the last time that we actually stepped back to reeval­uate? When was the last time that we really looked for waste instead of want?

The same can be applied to personal finance.

Sure, everyone wants a high paying job. I do.

But what are you doing with the money you already have? Could you be spending that money better? Could you be spending that money smarter?

Even if you already have a solid budget, have you reeval­u­ated it recently? Most people aren’t exactly the same today as they were yesterday. We are always evolving.

Maybe you have different prior­i­ties. Maybe you want to give more. Maybe you want to save more. Maybe you want to save for different reasons.

Maybe you like things the way they are and that’s okay.

But it certainly doesn’t hurt to stop and think about these things every once in a while.

5 Responses to “Should You Do Less?”

  1. Brandon January 2, 2012 at 10:27 AM #

    What are you doing with the money you already have? Great question!

    By the way, if you are inter­ested in guest posting on my site for “guest post fridays”, email me. You can post a new post or you can post something you have already posted on your site before…

    Just let me know…

    • Alex January 2, 2012 at 1:19 PM #

      I will keep that in mind :D

    • Arjay August 12, 2014 at 1:59 AM #

      Apte­lanpry this is what the esteemed Willis was talkin’ ’bout.

  2. Loren Pinilis January 3, 2012 at 8:02 AM #

    This is something I need to address. Sometimes it’s decisions like where your Roth IRA is invested, or if you have the right amount of life insurance, or whether you could get a better checking account with your bank. There are lots of things to constantly recheck and recheck.

    • Alex January 3, 2012 at 2:26 PM #

      Very true

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