Why generational wealth isn’t the answer

Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of chatter and positivity around springing entirely past financial independence and going for “Generational Wealth“. And while in theory the idea of generational wealth for your loved ones seems like it should be the goal. It isn’t. Giving too much wealth to your children backfires 70% of wealthy families… Continue reading Why generational wealth isn’t the answer

The FIRE Insights Survey #5

The FIRE Insights Survey Welcome to the fifth FIRE Insights Survey! Last month’s survey was really fun to put together and again received a great response. The goal of the survey is to measure interest/blogger sentiment in various asset classes over time, highlight great content, and source advice/recommendations for our community of readers. This month, I… Continue reading The FIRE Insights Survey #5

The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel

Book Review, Summary, Highlights and Quotes from The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness by Morgan Housel For the last year or so, I’ve been hearing nothing but good things about The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel. Over, and over, and over, this book has taken the Personal Finance community by storm.… Continue reading The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel

Don’t forget to indulge and enjoy life along the way to FI

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Indulge the things that make you happy, then ruthlessly cut the rest Updated: November 22nd, 2021 As I write this post, I want to acknowledge that the life I live is one of privilege. I have never had to struggle to put food on the table, find a job, pay the bills, etc. I am… Continue reading Don’t forget to indulge and enjoy life along the way to FI

It doesn’t take much…

Big outcomes don’t require as much effort as you think When you think about achieving a big outcome such as growing a $15M company, achieving financial independence, retiring early, writing a book, or getting in shape – you can’t help but think “this is going to take a lot of work.” You might even think… Continue reading It doesn’t take much…