Dilbert is a simple man, and The Dilbert Principles of Personal Finance appear simple in their one page format. In respect for that, today’s is a simple post (at 222 words, one of my shortest posts to date!)
It starts with this summary of Dilbert’s Principles of Personal Finance, which I shared on The Retirement Manifesto’s Facebook page last month. The original principles are published in Scott Adam’s book Dilbert And The Way Of The Weasel, which I encourage you to read. Given that these principles have now been published on various financial blogs and threads, I trust Dilbert will be ok with me sharing them with you here. If not, I’ll cite this as my public domain source to stay out of jail! 🙂
The Dilbert principles are powerful, and deserve a presentation worthy of the such significant work (simpler is harder, remember?). Therefore, for today’s post I’ve undertaken my SECOND infographic!! (My first infographic was The Bucket Strategy for Retirement, which was a big hit with my readers interested in how to turn their investments into a retirement paycheck!)
This post, therefore, ends with the following infographic which I built to promote the Dilbert Principles of Personal Finance.
The Dilbert Principles of Personal Finance
Take some time to read each of Dilbert’s principles, and attempt to apply them in your own life!
For the comments: Which of these principles most resonates with you? Anything missing?