If you have ever looked for high-quality Twitter profiles that talk about money, then you’ve probably been disappointed.
In 2016, I quit my full-time job at 35 to pursue a life of travel and adventure. Two of the biggest contributing factors in my ability to call it quits is the money that I had saved when I worked full-time, and continued cash flow.
Your emergency fund is your lifeline. If you don’t have money set aside for a rainy day, you’re living your life in risk.
Like Rome, wealth isn’t built in a day. It takes several years to amass enough wealth to achieve financial independence. Wealth is built on a timeline.
Entrepreneurship is a wonderful thing for a lot of people, but lifting it up as some solution to all of your money, time, and relationship problems is as dishonest as it is disingenuous.
The process of building wealth is both obvious and deceiving. Most people understand one element of building wealth, but not the other.
I suffered from a learning disability going through school as a child, but yet, I still managed to retire from full-time work at 35.
Frankly, the very question baffles me.
On my first day of work, I was excited and intimidated. After all, this is what I worked so hard to achieve. Degree in hand, I was ready to work around other professionals who were at the top of their game.
The only difference between a successful man and an unsuccessful man is the successful man didn’t give up after his last failure.