What difference does 1/10th of 1% make?

Brian Tracey makes an interesting observation of making tiny, incremental changes which accumulate over time to make huge differences.

You could apply this principle to anything: for example, if you want to save 26% of your income (not a bad goal if you want to get rich slowly, with inflation chasing your tail), just start by saving 1/10th of 1% of your income today, and increase that amount by 1/1th of 1% each day until you reach your goal.

Use your ‘golden hour’ to read the personal finance headlines at http://personal-finance.alltop.com/ looking for money saving tips and you’ll find plenty of fuel for your daily 1/10th of 1% increased savings goal.

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