The phrase “the buck stops here” was made famous by President Harry Truman. It essentially means that you won’t pass the buck to anyone, but will be responsible for making the decisions.
I happen to believe that “the buck stops here” is one of the keys to improving your financial life. » Read more
Don’t Quit Your Day Job asked, “Should engineers and business majors pay higher tuition?” a while back.
I read that and wondered if the answers would be any different if the question were phrased differently. What if, instead of asking whether some majors should pay a higher tuition, we asked whether some majors should pay a reduced tuition? » Read more
How do you view money? If you see it as something you’ve got to struggle to earn or hang onto, you might want to change your thinking about money. This isn’t some woo-woo idea either that’s going to make more money magically appear in your life.
Instead, it’s pretty simple.
When you change your thinking about money, you’re changing your point of view. People with different outlooks not only see things differently — they act differently. » Read more
Have you been trying to save money for years without success?
Maybe something always seems to come up, and you never quite manage it on a regular basis. If so, it’s time to quit trying to save money.
That’s right. Quit trying to save money. » Read more