• Michael Dahdal

The Minimalist Equation

Updated: Jan 10, 2020


Why do you need more money, have you ever stopped to ask yourself, how much is enough? Do you have a number? Why are you accumulating, what are you accumulating for?

For me, work and money isn’t about having more, but having enough and enough means different things to different people.

We often don’t evaluate the true cost of bringing someone or something into our lives, it’s not just what you pay for it at the check out, but it’s the time and attention it requires, the care and concern and everything else associated with maintaining it, this goes the same for friendships and relationships.

So the question is, are these things, or people the most worthy of your time and attention?

If so, great, if not, then you need to ask yourself why they are in your life in the first place.

If there was a perception worth being challenged, then I would suggest considering not what you need more of, but can you actually do more with less?

Minimalism Equation/s:

More Things = Less Time and Less Money

Less Things = More Time and More Money

#minimalism