A simple method to track happiness I first heard about this on the Tim Ferriss Podcast during his interview with Jim Collins. Jim had a giant spreadsheet tracking multiple things from his day, but this caught my attention: Was it a great day?” A plus two is just a great day. Doesn’t mean it wasn’t… Continue reading How to Track Your Happiness
How to work 40 hours or less as a CEO; take all the vacation you want and still be productive. It seems impossible right? How can a CEO only work 40 hours or less and still be effective? How can a CEO take all the vacation they want (within reason) and still get shit done?… Continue reading How to build a $15M company working 40 hours or less as a CEO
You should learn to manage your own investments. Too much can go wrong hiring an advisor. Naturally for someone who Accidentally Retired, I earned and saved enough money in large chunks to find myself in this position. But it wasn’t easy along the way. I ran a startup and it was a grind. I can’t… Continue reading Should you manage your own investments or hire a financial advisor?
Anyone who comes to Accidentally Retired, is probably thinking…how is that possible? Well it is possible. And here are 5 tried and true rules to finding yourself in an accidental retirement situation. Rule 1 – Earn, Save and Automate Everyone already earns, so this is an easy rule. But, where there is usually a huge… Continue reading How to Accidentally Retire; 5 Steadfast Rules to Follow
This is a comprehensive list of the best Net Worth, Financial Independence, and Retirement Calculators & Tools that I could find and test. I have used many of these calculators myself. Personal Capital’s tools cannot be spoken more highly of for managing a budget, investments and tracking net worth. And from time to time, I… Continue reading Best Net Worth, Financial Independence, and Retirement Calculators & Tools