Why Do You Limit Your Own Potential?

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The mind is a powerful thing. To waste it would be an absolute shame. But this is something that I see happening every single day. When I’m at work, I look around me and see a bunch of gifted people who have resigned themselves to a life of dull monotony. This isn’t the case for

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Financial Independence: You May Need Less Than You Realize

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I’m on the road to early financial independence. I’ve been working for the man for seven years and want to stop taking orders when I’m 30. That’s right, I’m tired of working in a corporation and no longer want to tolerate being told what to do on a

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The Half-Way Point: Owning Five Rentals (What’s Next?)

I started the journey up the early FI summit beginning in 2012. Two years have passed and I’ve made a good amount of progress since beginning the trek with $0/month in passive income. At this point, I’d say we’ve reached the half-way point of

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How I Plan to Retire at 30

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My current plan is to reach early financial independence at the age of 30! Up to this point, I have not yet connected all the dots on how I plan to get from Point A to Point Z. Here’s a guest post I did at Budgets Are Sexy that gives an overview of the complete picture. Much thanks to J$ over at BAS for giving me the opportunity to contribute.

Later on this year, I turn 30. That’s right, the dreaded THREE, ZERO… but it’s not what you think.

For one, I’m not freaking out and wondering where my best years went. Secondly, I have no intentions of trying to fight back time or YOLOing it up for one final hurrah. Lastly, I’ve never been more

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Give Yourself Credit (Progress is PROGRESS)

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My good buddy Done by Forty is currently vacationing with his wife. I hope he is enjoying himself and having a wonderful time. Here’s a guest post that was featured on Done by Forty! 

Most of us aren’t fortunate enough to be born into wealth. Some of us even started the journey to early Financial Independence (FI) in poverty, or with a boatload of “good” debt (college loans). Regardless of how you
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