In the book “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less”, Greg McKeown talks about how we can contribute more and be happier by focusing on the vital few and ignore the trivial many.
This message also applies to how we manage our money.
We have more information and choices for managing our money than ever before. With increased connectivity, we also face more distractions and social pressure. We find it hard to say “NO” to the nonessentials due to fear of missing out.
As a result, many people become collectors of financial strategies and investments and overcomplicate their financial life. They get stressed trying to manage everything and wonder how they can get MORE TIME back.
The solution is simple but not easy – DECLUTTER and SIMPLIFY your financial life. It requires you get clear with your end goals and separate the means from the end.
LESS IS MORE. Less complexity leads to more focus and clarity. This lowers stress and gives you more time and energy back. And the result is better.
Is it time to declutter and simplify your financial life so you can claim more time and energy back?
As always, feel free to call or email me if you want to discuss anything.