So I just got back from my two week long vacation and, man, am I tired. Traveling across multiple cities in Vietnam and Thailand can definitely put a toll on your body mentally as well as physically. Simply, I’m getting old.
But it made me sit back and think about what that freedom offered me. It was nice to just do something fun, see new things, and not have to worry about waking up to go to work the very next day. Continue reading “Time to Improve Your Body & Mind”
Earlier today I was having a discussion with an old friend regarding my future plans and it got me thinking.
I think about the future a lot. I think about how to save the environment, poverty, and what my unborn children will be like. I think about where I want to travel to, what I want to do, and how much money it’ll take for me to give it all up. I also think about all the possible paths that may deviate me from my goals in life. Continue reading “Goal of $1 Million in Investable Assets Before 40”
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” – Lao Tzu
Many people wander this world without much purpose. Some scrape by and barely manage to live day by day, while others live extravagant lifestyles filled with excessive luxuries. And yet they both require the same thing: Money.
Money is one of the few things that provide an answer to the Five W’s (and one H) in our lives: the What, Who, Where, When, Why, and How. Continue reading “Fishing For A More Meaningful Life”
The stock market should no longer belong to the fat cats of Wall Street. It should have never belonged to them. It belongs to us, the people.
Spending away precious years of our lives in return for material possessions is a zero sum game. Instead we should focus on wealth accumulation. In order for us to claim a piece of that pie, we have to learn how to invest frequently and efficiently. Continue reading “Owning a Piece of the Pie: How to Start Investing & Accumulating Wealth”
“This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.” – Morpheous. Continue reading “Escaping the Matrix of Debt Obligations and Financial Ruin”
To be honest, I have a pretty bad memory. I do have a friend who has an eidetic memory though. That dude can remember everything: the exact date that we met, the stain on the T-shirt I wore, the words we spoke to one another. It’s pretty damn amazing.
It’s too bad I wasn’t blessed with that gift. I had to get by using random tricks such as mnemonics. But whatever works right? C’s get degrees and D’s are for Dollars. Continue reading “The 6 SIMPLE Steps Needed to Achieve Financial Independence and Early Retirement”
First off, congratulations on wanting to join the white-coat ranks. Doctors are paid very handsomely for what they do regardless of what field they specialize in. Honestly, it doesn’t matter what type of doctor you are or aspire to become (physician, dentist, pharmacist, etc) because they all make more money that you’ll know what to do with.
However, there is one thing that stands in our way: Debt. Continue reading “From Minimum Wage to Six Figure Salary: How I Cheated the System and Got Away Debt Free”
Money drives us.
As much as it is a wonder, money (and lack thereof) is a crutch to us. We spend the majority of our childhood and adolescence being taught that we need to get good grades, to get into competitive schools, to get a high paying job, to retire and live as a free man at the ripe age of 65. Continue reading “Money is a Drug Worth Quitting”