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Dont Be Afraid to Chase Your Dreams

by FI Fighter on November 20, 2018

in Thoughts, Thoughts

When I reached my mid 20s, you could say I reached an important crossroads of sorts. I’m not sure if I was going through the moment of reaching my own version of “quarter life crisis” but many things didn’t feel right, and I felt like I was trapped in life.

Granted, on the surface, many things seemed to be going well [click to continue…]

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People Are People

by FI Fighter on November 9, 2018

in Financial Independence, Post FI, Thoughts, Thoughts

I’ve been a contrarian my entire life… Wait, you might want to scratch that and just outright say OUTCAST, which might be a better term to use… I mean, ever since I was a little kid, I kind of always knew that I was different from the majority of my peers…

From my earliest memories, I remember another little kid telling me [click to continue…]

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On this blog, lately I have emphasized and re-emphasized over and over again the importance of focusing our early FI efforts on accumulating World Class Tier 1 assets. Although this concept may seem simple in nature, you have no idea how easily this is [click to continue…]

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Although to a large degree I’m someone who always kind of has enjoyed working hard, I knew within a few years of working in Corporate America that it wasn’t the life for me long-term. When you’re working for someone else and constantly under the microscope, it’s oftentimes not smooth-sailing, and if you’re one of those people who prefers autonomy, there’s naturally going to be a lot of dissonance there with that type of employer/employee arrangement.

Sure, I endured the 9-5 culture for a few years — Working extra hard, never complaining (at least not at work publicly), and just [click to continue…]

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I’ve had a lot on my mind lately, as I try and process everything that’s happened this year and attempt to put the past firmly behind me. As mentioned in many posts of late, I recently (finally) eradicated myself free from an absolutely horrible situation in [click to continue…]

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Having spent essentially an entire year out of the country, you’d be quite right in assuming that the thought of passive income crossed my mind on a regular basis.

Yes, even when I’m out here enjoying some continue reading at Steemit

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I’m back in the Bay Area, enjoying some good weather and sunshine. In the process of being back home, I’ve been making efforts to reconnect with friends, readers, and basically anyone who wants to talk shop about early FI, travel, and investing.

Just this past weekend, I had a string of meet ups and like always when I’ve been gone for awhile, It takes me time to continue reading at Steemit

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Hey everyone, school is now back in session! Yup, that’s right I decided that it was time to do something drastic, so I’m going to be hitting the books again this summer. What do I have in mind? Well, I really do miss the world of engineering oh so much, so I thought I would go “all in” and finally attempt [click to continue…]

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When it comes to early FI (and well, I guess life in general), it’s human nature and tendency to look at things from a linear perspective… I think that’s probably why when somebody actually gets to early FI and then reflects back they’re kind of left scratching their head and wondering:

Oh shit, what the hell just happened?

I can vouch for that because that’s kind of how it went for me… I was just some regular [click to continue…]

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In the beginning of 2012, I first started blogging about my own personal journey to early financial independence. In 2016, I quit my corporate engineering job for good and set sail out to Asia to live out a dream that had been inculcated in my brain as [click to continue…]

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