Sure, you could get “rich” by cutting a million little things. Those things do matter. But if you have seven figures in the bank, it’s okay to buy yourself a nice suit.
It’s easy for a $15 trip to Target to turn into a $250 trip. Jared discusses how to avoid that trap and how you should really be using your spending money.
Value for money is something to consider in fast food. Unless you want to bring your lunch every day and never leave your desk, Chipotle is a healthy, inexpensive option. Burrito challenge aside, Jared tells you why it’s also a great investment.
Instead of slicing and dicing the pie, why not make it bigger? Jared pulls from his past experience to share the futility of extreme budgeting, a lesson from Wall Street on how you should view your money, and how you can think outside the box to take in more revenue.
The most important decision you’ll make in your entire life is what to do with the next 24 hours. And while it’s crucial to relax, you can probably make more productive use of some of your free time, Jared says. That’s how you get rich, and no one on their deathbed wishes they’d spent more...