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  • Writer's pictureBrianna Dunbar

Diversifying Your Income is Great But at What Cost?

How many income streams do you have? We hear how we should always be looking for ways to grow and diversify our income streams. Because having multiple revenue streams means more stability and security for ourselves and our businesses, right?



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But at what cost?


It's easy to get caught up in the idea of having multiple income streams and spreading ourselves too thin. It's important to remember that generating income streams takes time and effort, and it's crucial to find a balance between diversification and focus.


When looking to generate additional income streams, consider the time and effort required to maintain each stream. Some streams, such as passive income from investments, require little to no maintenance, while others, such as starting a business, require a significant time commitment.


Also, consider the potential return on investment for each income stream. Not all income streams are created equal, and it's important to focus on those that have the potential to provide the greatest financial return.


Diversifying your income streams can be a great way to reduce risk, but it's important to make sure that it doesn't negatively affect your current source of income or take away from the growth of your business. Or even worse, your mental and physical health.


It's crucial to find a balance between diversification and focus, and consider the time, effort, and potential return on investment for each stream. The key is to start small, experiment, and be open to new opportunities, but also to be strategic and mindful of the resources and effort required to maintain each stream.



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