Do you ask what the proper limit is to wealth? It is first to have what is necessary, and second, to have what is enough.Seneca, Letter II.
I spent a lot of time last year writing about spending. I tracked my spending religiously, and I still do. And I focused a lot on the numbers; the outcome over the process, if you will. So when I didn’t achieve my original goals, I adjusted the target. Three times. And then I still didn’t quite meet it.
And no matter how you slice it, when we focus on the goal over the process, it stings when we don’t reach our goals. It’s uninspiring and de-motivating, to say the least.Continue reading “How to Change Your Mind: Spending”