MythbustersStuart Jones We can easily agree on extremes. One hundred degrees is too hot and ten below zero is too cold. But somewhere between the extremes is a comfort zone. Although this range varies individually, it’s where we function best. By avoiding the extremes, we avoid frostbite and heat stroke. In the same way, we need to find our financial comfort zone. Being lazy and irresponsible is unacceptable. But the constant race for more is a race you can’t win. Solomon calls it “chasing after the wind.” We check the temperature and make needed adjustments. Now is a great time to do the same with our work and money.