In my personal estimation having a budget is a good thing. You might ask why? Because if you have every had any personal financial challenges, like I have you begin to value the budget tool as your friend. It makes you accountable, it helps you understand better the inflow and outflow of your resources.
In my recent interview with Jesse Mecham the author of a new book entitled “You Need a Budget-The Proven System for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle, Getting out of Debt, and Living the Life You Want” we explore the four rules and the pillars of a tried and true system that keeps you engaged with your money. Following these rules, you’ll learn to adjust your habits, become proactive and ultimately control your finances.
Jesse’s four simple rules to completely revolutionize the way you think about managing your money are: 1) Give every dollar a job 2) Embrace your true expenses 3) Roll with the punches and 4) Age your money. In our interview Jesse explains what these four simple rules mean, but through his system and philosophy Jesse in conjunction with the cloud-based software system entitled “You Need a Budget” has helped thousands of people get out of debt and manage their money which equates to a happier and less stressful life.
I hope you will join Jesse and I as we discuss how you can create your personal lifestyle design blueprint. It’s a working plan for taking your life from where you are now to where you really want to be.