HELPING YOU MAKE MORE MONEY AND LIVE AN AMAZING LIFE OF SIGNIFICANCE.
Can You Ask Better Questions?
Do I have enough? As you approach making work optional, you begin to dwell on this question. Have I saved enough? Do I have enough? It’s certainly a subjective question because what’s enough for me may not be enough for you. It all depends on how much it costs to live the life you want to live and how you are going to live when work is optional for you.
But more than asking this question, I’d propose you ask yourself a second and third question…Read More
The Meaning of Life
Love your God. Help your neighbor. Give your time and talents to worthy goals. Honor your word. Keep an open mind. Inspire your family. Treat your body like a temple, not a woodshed.
Spiritual, Emotional, Mental, Physical, and Financial Strength.
Those who retire only to a life of leisure will soon find leisure to become work…Read More
‘Rethinking Forward’ has been a life-long pursuit of study that began in college, continues fervently today, and will continue for the remaining time that I’m on this beautiful and amazing blue and green planet.
‘Rethinking Forward’ means going against the crowd, skating to where the puck is going to be, avoiding groupthink, and looking for the true meaning in the investment markets…Read More
The Most Common Retirement Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
These days, planning to retire —or as we like to call it, making work optional— isn’t a luxury; it’s a necessity. Making work optional has become too complex to just pick a day and stop showing up to work. And it’s more than complex— it is also expensive. You have to factor in expenses, taxes, and other spending. There are many ways to pay for it, but which ways are the best ways? How much do you need to save? How should you invest?
Many pre-retirees don’t know the answers to these questions. As a result, there are several common mistakes they tend to make. Each mistake on its own can severely affect your retirement lifestyle. Making several can mean total derailment.Read More
How to Be Happier in Your Retirement
It’s not all about the money. Yes, money is important, but the quality of life determines how happy you are when you’re retired. Here are some things you can start doing today to prepare for a happier retirement…Read More
Are You Between Your 50th Birthday and Becoming Work Optional?
In America today, there are millions of people1 between their 50th birthday and making work optional. Most of the money these people have saved (and will save over the next five, ten, or fifteen years) is going to be directed into retirement investment accounts. This may well become the most money they’ve ever accumulated in their lives.
Chances are you are one of these people…Read More