Steve A. • November 29, 2018 • Newsletter
Last modified: April 24, 2019
The numbers here represent tremendous progress and I applaud you for that, but I must admit I’m confused on how the stated numbers line up with completing the ‘retire by 45’ goal already?
Initially, when I set out that was one of my goals, but I no longer feel the need for that or to set a specific number. Be it that I was naive and really just getting my hands dirty in finance haha Something I realized over the years is that I enjoy what I do too much to be fully retired nor do I care if I’m retired by a set age. Instead, I want to be able to say I can retire if I chose to.
So instead, I switched my goal to achieving 100,000 next. I see where the confusion is by the way it reads.
This article is spot on.
Your job probably means many diffident things to you; however the core purpose of our job is basically to earn enough money so we can do the things we most value and are important to us.
What’s important to you is like opening Pandora’s Box, however in short the academic community has concluded that happiness is attainable though a continuous combination of friendships, freedom, health, financial security, privacy, a life philosophy and a purpose.
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