One reader has raised the issue of income being too small to manage. Can one’s income be too small to bother about proper management?
No. If you cannot manage a small income, you cannot manage a big one.
Managing your income is planning and using it as planned. If you have one dollar and buy the first thing that you see, that will be poor management. You decide what is most important to buy, then buy it. That is good management.
Geting your priority with your one dollar makes you better than someone with one thousand dollars who squanders it on beer while his priority is waiting for him.
Many great things start in small ways.
No matter how small your income may be, learn to manage it well. By the time a big one comes, you shall have mastered good management; and will thus, manage it well.