A person who goes on a financial fast intentionally deprives himself from a position of strength, for a better future
Mon, May 26, 2014 - 6:00 AM
Zen and money: Financial fasting is a good way for people who can well afford not to go on a shoestring budget - people who have savings and do not struggle to put three meals on the table every day - to become more disciplined in managing their money. - FILE PHOTO
THERE is a fad that is going on in some wealthy circles.
Every year, a businessman I know takes off to a little town in Japan and spends a week fasting.
He does not eat at all. He just takes a plum extract three times a day to prevent hunger pangs.