Becoming Wealthy – Chasing Tier 1 Assets

When it comes to early financial independence, everyone is always looking for a shortcut to get there. However, in the rare occasions when the market actually does gift us a golden opportunity of a lifetime to help us turbocharge our progress towards the end game, we oftentimes insist on refusing the help and elect to continue reading at Steemit

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Real Estate Investing – Want to Retire Early? Better Focus On Quality!

I quit my job and retired from engineering at the ripe old age of 31. On the journey towards that end goal, I inevitably made many mistakes along the way. In hindsight, I could have achieved early financial independence even earlier in life and I certainly could have set my future up even better had I focused on making sure I ALWAYS did the continue reading at Steemit

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Passive Income Deferred (Interesting Times We Live In)

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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Perspective in Life Helps (Money Ain’t a Thang)

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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Early FI – Random Thoughts (April 24, 2017)

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

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Early FI – My Revised Thoughts (Nine Months Later)

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

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