Live Cheap, Spend Lavishly
3rd July 2012 · 0 Comments
by Zaq Tull
I’m not a finance guy.
If we’re being perfectly honest, when I’m looking for things to re-purpose for our social feeds, most of the time I’m just looking for something
that I understand. And because my
primary skill is blogging, Carl Richards is a godsend.
the worst best financial planner. His
blog is not only hosted by the New York Times, it uses one of the most visually
appealing templates I’ve ever seen.
The idea is genius; approachable personal finance advice that begins
with a sketch on a napkin.
post by Mr. Richards that I thought was especially relevant to small business
owners. The blog weighs buying something
cheap that you can live with, against saving, and buying whatever you desire
most. Mr. Richards uses a road bike, and
clothing as examples, but the overreaching question applies to much more than pedals
new employee $40,000 per year. With 10
years of relevant experience, a personality that meshes well with your company culture,
and a confident presence in interviews, Barbra is all but certain to take your
company to the next level. The
problem? She requires $50,000 in yearly
experience. You can’t quite nail down
his personality, but you are worried, because sometimes he comes off as aloof. In interviews, he sweats like a pig, but you
know that he can be hired for $30,000 per year.
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