Saturday, January 31, 2009

Simple Age-old Maxims of Wealth

I saw the following posted by someone in CNA forums. It's quite interesting.... worth of thought...

Spending: If you buy things you don't need, you'll soon sell things you need.

Savings: Don't save what is left after spending; spend what is left after saving.

Hard work: All hard work brings profit; but mere talk leads only to poverty.

Laziness: A sleeping lobster is carried away by the water current.

Earnings: Never depend on a single source of income.

Borrowings: The borrower becomes the lender's slave.

Accounting: It's no use carrying an umbrella, if your shoes are leaking.

Auditing: Beware of little expenses; a small leak can sink a large ship.

Risk-taking: Never test the depth of the river with both feet.

Investment: Don't put all your eggs in one basket.

Those who have already been practising these principles remain financially healthy.
Those who resolve to start practising these principles will quickly regain their financial health.

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