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6 Retirement Essentials (Most people only prepared 2 or 3)

I'm planning for retirement most people focus 
mostly on marshaling together enough money you   know Financial Resources so that they can last 
the distance and then maybe at the back of their   heads they have some vague plan right perhaps 
two or three things to fill the time with a lot   of the times this is stuff like travel family 
well unfortunately I'm gonna say that's not   quite nearly enough for Preparation we ourselves 
have been retired for two years and going looking   back on the past two years I kind of see like 
six essential things that if you prep for it   beforehand before your retirement starts I think 
this can really make such a positive difference   to your retirement so that's what I wanted 
to bring up and discuss with you guys today   number one first and foremost of course we have 
to talk about money most people's concern is the   amount of money that they have in retirement 
whether it will last them till the end come   comfortably and allow them to afford the Hobbies 
like travel good food Etc but I actually think   after going through the last two years building up 
our financial Acumen is just as important if not   more so what do I mean by Financial Acumen I mean 
stuff like budgeting tracking projecting investing   I mean if you think about it the money in your 
bank account can always be squandered we all   know that story I think more importantly what's 
going to make your retirement more fireproof is   having an ability to generate more money where 
it came from in the first place so the second   essential thing that you can prepare for so that 
you have a wonderful retirement it's definitely   the ability to be self-directing and disciplined 
self-direction definitely helps so much with   spending your retirement days meaningfully right 
after all there are no more like work schedules   or like demands from colleagues or bosses to help 
shape your days anymore you have to be the person   to take charge in retirement there's a study out 
there actually that shows that for happily retired   folks most of them actually have about 3.6 core 
Pursuits that's what they say and the unheably   retired folks tend to have less than 3.6 corporate 
suits coming in at about 1.9 call Pursuits that's   what the study reflected I guess it kind of just 
shows in retirement you really need to fill your   life to the brim and keep busy with activities 
you love and that is a really great formula for   happiness and self-direction will help you 
to achieve that state as well as discipline   because if you think about it like discipline 
directly affects the state of your finances right   it affects whether you stick with your retirement 
planning whether you keep fit and active and you   get to maintain your health in retirement even 
whilst you're left up to your own devices even   to find your cover suits if you don't have any 
when you're starting or in your retirement so   discipline and self-direction will be like 
the building blocks for enjoying your life   in retirement the third essential thing you might 
want to work on and cultivate or happy retirement   is people skills right so studies and research 
have reflected very consistently that the main   determining factor for happiness and Longevity 
for most of us is actually relationships Human   Relationships friendships relationship with 
your spouse and with your family I guess if   you look at most of us you know we all have 
a little need of work on some social skills   in some aspect I mean some of us are a bit shy 
paper hats or graph or maybe socially anxious   working on our people skills really will help us 
to get along and live happily with our spouse and   family members and also importantly to make 
new friendships at whatever age we all know   that making new friends gets a lot more difficult 
as we get older I mean I haven't heard anyone say   otherwise for me personally making new friends 
as I get older is the biggest challenge there's   this huge feeling that nothing can replace 
friendships with people who have known you   all your life but it is also a challenge as I 
have chosen to exercise through Arbitrage in   our retirement and we've moved away from home 
so those friends aren't with us in our present   I find that it takes a lot of intention I have 
to consciously push myself to broaden my Social   Circles and make the effort to get to know people 
on a more intimate basis I am also very happy   to be able to say that it has paid off in that for 
the last two years in Bali I have actually made   two or three new friends that I'm happy to say are 
kindred spirits and not just social acquaintances   so that's very nice and it's a huge Comfort to our 
daily life here in a foreign land away from home   now before we move on a big thank you to 
Mumu Singapore for sponsoring this video   Singapore is an online trading platform for 
stocks ETFs and options I've been using the   MooMoo mobile trading app myself for almost 
a year now and I think it's awesome it's   fast intuitive trading US Stocks is commission 
free plus they give free level to data and many   more perks now for a limited time when you open a 
Mumu Singapore Universal account they'll give you   a year of commission free trading of Singapore 
stocks ETFs and reads if you're trading us and   Singapore stocks just switching to the MooMoo 
app will save you so much money already when   you deposit at least a hundred same dollars and 
start using the mobile app to trade you stand   to receive cash coupons up to 128 Sing dollars 
and even a free Coca-Cola share worth around 87   subscribe two thousand Sing dollars or more into 
funds on the MooMoo fun Hub and MooMoo will give   you cash coupons up to 150 Sing dollars subscribe 
at least 100 Sing dollar us to Momo cache plus   and they'll throw in an additional tensing 
dollars cashback altogether that's 368 Sing   dollars worth of Welcome rewards absolutely free 
just for using the Momo app so if you're actively   investing anyhow I recommend checking out the 
MooMoo ad using my link in the description below   now back to the video the fourth essential 
thing that you can definitely work on and that   will benefit your retirement tremendously it's 
actually courage you're definitely gonna need lots   of courage in retirement and I guess this isn't 
a skill exactly it's kind of more of a quality   but in retirement you need a lot of courage 
to even plunge into retirement you need the   courage to you know take that leap of faith to 
stop putting it off due to fear of the unknown   feel or financial insecurities so then it's all 
about courage at that stage not let fear and   insecurity rule your life and your decisions it 
is also the courage to recognize that in life at   the start at the end in the middle the Domino's 
you need are never all nicely lined up you know   at some point you just got to jump into it and 
then learn to cross the obstacles as they come   so for retirement long term I guess the 
biggest issue most commonly is always money   but my perspective on this is that hey budgets 
can always be reduced money can always be earned   or recouped or whatever happens so I still 
think that you know it is actually beneficial   to Advocate an approach whereby you get to 
a point where you feel that you have most of   your Ducks lined up you've planned well you've 
prepped for it grab hold of your courage with   both hands and then take the plunge people tend 
to think of retirement as the end but it's not   it's the start of a new phase where you should be 
trying so many new things new Pursuits new ways   to live and for each of these new adventures 
you're gonna need courage to take action and   once you have taken the plunge you'll find the 
next fifth thing very very useful and that would   be a mentality of resilience especially in early 
retirement there are a lot more decades ahead of   you you know and therefore a lot more chances that 
they things can go wrong whether it be down to bad   financial planning or perhaps an unexpected Health 
catastrophe or even sometimes natural disasters   whatever comes I guess you will always need that 
strength of Will and the resilience so that you   can roll with the punches and then get back up 
you want to know that you have the mental strength   that even if things go pear-shaped you won't just 
give up and lose hope and certain Corner you've   got to Marshall what you've got inside you go out 
there find Solutions perhaps if necessary you've   got to go back to work but know that later on 
you can return to retirement and try again so the   sex essential thing that I believe will benefit 
everyone in retirement is to cultivate an attitude   of gratitude we all know life is a very long 
journey hopefully at least and so much of what   we Chase using most of our years actually doesn't 
really matter in the big picture once you have   taken a step back and then at that point is when 
you start realizing the earlier you cultivate and   attitude of gratitude and that appreciation for 
the simple little things that are probably around   you everywhere every day the happier you probably 
will be and it sounds silly but it's not really   automatic I mean we all live and grow up and 
work and go to school in a society that kind of   innovates us with messages that we need to reach 
for more have more ambition gives us you know that   High definitions of success in life that we 
have to try to jump to reach and nobody sings   the Praises of the pleasures of a simple cup of 
tea you know the importance of family time with   your loved ones or or just the pleasure of being 
able to take an evening walk on the beach with   your dog so I think that it's very important that 
somebody reminds you that you know you can not   overload what you already have what you're already 
surrounded by growing that muscle of appreciation   so that in each and every moment you are present 
in your own life you see all the little Joys that   you're surrounded with every day and if you 
live life like that I think that will help   you achieve contentment with just the small stuff 
around you and that's what majority of your life   in retirement may be about is just a small stuff 
every day but in my own retirement here in Bali it   is what makes me so grateful and so happy every 
day that I am surrounded by my loving husband   and very interesting and independent little dog 
that's very very cute you know that we have very   comfortable a bit simple house we have the ability 
to enjoy good food even if it's simple stuff   from the war rooms locally we have a garden and 
beautiful things are growing around us every day   the weather is great you know stuff is good yeah 
I think this is one of the most essential simple   things that's often overlooked simply because it's 
a matter of mentality but I believe this essential   quality or characteristic could make all the 
difference for you so these are the six essential   things that I believe are very very important for 
you to cultivate and prepare for in the leader to   actually taking the plunge into a return then I 
think that if you have these six strong skills and   qualities going for you you will be in a position 
much more well placed to make the best out of your   retirement however long that period may be let me 
know what you think of my suggestions whether you   agree or if you think they suck let me know why 
but in any event I really appreciate you tuning   in and sharing my thoughts for this week and 
wherever you are in the world I'm wishing you   a happy Saturday evening and let's speak again 
next week till then you take care and bye for now

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6 Retirement Essentials (Most people only prepared 2 or 3)

I'm planning for retirement most people focus 
mostly on marshaling together enough money you   know Financial Resources so that they can last 
the distance and then maybe at the back of their   heads they have some vague plan right perhaps 
two or three things to fill the time with a lot   of the times this is stuff like travel family 
well unfortunately I'm gonna say that's not   quite nearly enough for Preparation we ourselves 
have been retired for two years and going looking   back on the past two years I kind of see like 
six essential things that if you prep for it   beforehand before your retirement starts I think 
this can really make such a positive difference   to your retirement so that's what I wanted 
to bring up and discuss with you guys today   number one first and foremost of course we have 
to talk about money most people's concern is the   amount of money that they have in retirement 
whether it will last them till the end come   comfortably and allow them to afford the Hobbies 
like travel good food Etc but I actually think   after going through the last two years building up 
our financial Acumen is just as important if not   more so what do I mean by Financial Acumen I mean 
stuff like budgeting tracking projecting investing   I mean if you think about it the money in your 
bank account can always be squandered we all   know that story I think more importantly what's 
going to make your retirement more fireproof is   having an ability to generate more money where 
it came from in the first place so the second   essential thing that you can prepare for so that 
you have a wonderful retirement it's definitely   the ability to be self-directing and disciplined 
self-direction definitely helps so much with   spending your retirement days meaningfully right 
after all there are no more like work schedules   or like demands from colleagues or bosses to help 
shape your days anymore you have to be the person   to take charge in retirement there's a study out 
there actually that shows that for happily retired   folks most of them actually have about 3.6 core 
Pursuits that's what they say and the unheably   retired folks tend to have less than 3.6 corporate 
suits coming in at about 1.9 call Pursuits that's   what the study reflected I guess it kind of just 
shows in retirement you really need to fill your   life to the brim and keep busy with activities 
you love and that is a really great formula for   happiness and self-direction will help you 
to achieve that state as well as discipline   because if you think about it like discipline 
directly affects the state of your finances right   it affects whether you stick with your retirement 
planning whether you keep fit and active and you   get to maintain your health in retirement even 
whilst you're left up to your own devices even   to find your cover suits if you don't have any 
when you're starting or in your retirement so   discipline and self-direction will be like 
the building blocks for enjoying your life   in retirement the third essential thing you might 
want to work on and cultivate or happy retirement   is people skills right so studies and research 
have reflected very consistently that the main   determining factor for happiness and Longevity 
for most of us is actually relationships Human   Relationships friendships relationship with 
your spouse and with your family I guess if   you look at most of us you know we all have 
a little need of work on some social skills   in some aspect I mean some of us are a bit shy 
paper hats or graph or maybe socially anxious   working on our people skills really will help us 
to get along and live happily with our spouse and   family members and also importantly to make 
new friendships at whatever age we all know   that making new friends gets a lot more difficult 
as we get older I mean I haven't heard anyone say   otherwise for me personally making new friends 
as I get older is the biggest challenge there's   this huge feeling that nothing can replace 
friendships with people who have known you   all your life but it is also a challenge as I 
have chosen to exercise through Arbitrage in   our retirement and we've moved away from home 
so those friends aren't with us in our present   I find that it takes a lot of intention I have 
to consciously push myself to broaden my Social   Circles and make the effort to get to know people 
on a more intimate basis I am also very happy   to be able to say that it has paid off in that for 
the last two years in Bali I have actually made   two or three new friends that I'm happy to say are 
kindred spirits and not just social acquaintances   so that's very nice and it's a huge Comfort to our 
daily life here in a foreign land away from home   now before we move on a big thank you to 
Mumu Singapore for sponsoring this video   Singapore is an online trading platform for 
stocks ETFs and options I've been using the   MooMoo mobile trading app myself for almost 
a year now and I think it's awesome it's   fast intuitive trading US Stocks is commission 
free plus they give free level to data and many   more perks now for a limited time when you open a 
Mumu Singapore Universal account they'll give you   a year of commission free trading of Singapore 
stocks ETFs and reads if you're trading us and   Singapore stocks just switching to the MooMoo 
app will save you so much money already when   you deposit at least a hundred same dollars and 
start using the mobile app to trade you stand   to receive cash coupons up to 128 Sing dollars 
and even a free Coca-Cola share worth around 87   subscribe two thousand Sing dollars or more into 
funds on the MooMoo fun Hub and MooMoo will give   you cash coupons up to 150 Sing dollars subscribe 
at least 100 Sing dollar us to Momo cache plus   and they'll throw in an additional tensing 
dollars cashback altogether that's 368 Sing   dollars worth of Welcome rewards absolutely free 
just for using the Momo app so if you're actively   investing anyhow I recommend checking out the 
MooMoo ad using my link in the description below   now back to the video the fourth essential 
thing that you can definitely work on and that   will benefit your retirement tremendously it's 
actually courage you're definitely gonna need lots   of courage in retirement and I guess this isn't 
a skill exactly it's kind of more of a quality   but in retirement you need a lot of courage 
to even plunge into retirement you need the   courage to you know take that leap of faith to 
stop putting it off due to fear of the unknown   feel or financial insecurities so then it's all 
about courage at that stage not let fear and   insecurity rule your life and your decisions it 
is also the courage to recognize that in life at   the start at the end in the middle the Domino's 
you need are never all nicely lined up you know   at some point you just got to jump into it and 
then learn to cross the obstacles as they come   so for retirement long term I guess the 
biggest issue most commonly is always money   but my perspective on this is that hey budgets 
can always be reduced money can always be earned   or recouped or whatever happens so I still 
think that you know it is actually beneficial   to Advocate an approach whereby you get to 
a point where you feel that you have most of   your Ducks lined up you've planned well you've 
prepped for it grab hold of your courage with   both hands and then take the plunge people tend 
to think of retirement as the end but it's not   it's the start of a new phase where you should be 
trying so many new things new Pursuits new ways   to live and for each of these new adventures 
you're gonna need courage to take action and   once you have taken the plunge you'll find the 
next fifth thing very very useful and that would   be a mentality of resilience especially in early 
retirement there are a lot more decades ahead of   you you know and therefore a lot more chances that 
they things can go wrong whether it be down to bad   financial planning or perhaps an unexpected Health 
catastrophe or even sometimes natural disasters   whatever comes I guess you will always need that 
strength of Will and the resilience so that you   can roll with the punches and then get back up 
you want to know that you have the mental strength   that even if things go pear-shaped you won't just 
give up and lose hope and certain Corner you've   got to Marshall what you've got inside you go out 
there find Solutions perhaps if necessary you've   got to go back to work but know that later on 
you can return to retirement and try again so the   sex essential thing that I believe will benefit 
everyone in retirement is to cultivate an attitude   of gratitude we all know life is a very long 
journey hopefully at least and so much of what   we Chase using most of our years actually doesn't 
really matter in the big picture once you have   taken a step back and then at that point is when 
you start realizing the earlier you cultivate and   attitude of gratitude and that appreciation for 
the simple little things that are probably around   you everywhere every day the happier you probably 
will be and it sounds silly but it's not really   automatic I mean we all live and grow up and 
work and go to school in a society that kind of   innovates us with messages that we need to reach 
for more have more ambition gives us you know that   High definitions of success in life that we 
have to try to jump to reach and nobody sings   the Praises of the pleasures of a simple cup of 
tea you know the importance of family time with   your loved ones or or just the pleasure of being 
able to take an evening walk on the beach with   your dog so I think that it's very important that 
somebody reminds you that you know you can not   overload what you already have what you're already 
surrounded by growing that muscle of appreciation   so that in each and every moment you are present 
in your own life you see all the little Joys that   you're surrounded with every day and if you 
live life like that I think that will help   you achieve contentment with just the small stuff 
around you and that's what majority of your life   in retirement may be about is just a small stuff 
every day but in my own retirement here in Bali it   is what makes me so grateful and so happy every 
day that I am surrounded by my loving husband   and very interesting and independent little dog 
that's very very cute you know that we have very   comfortable a bit simple house we have the ability 
to enjoy good food even if it's simple stuff   from the war rooms locally we have a garden and 
beautiful things are growing around us every day   the weather is great you know stuff is good yeah 
I think this is one of the most essential simple   things that's often overlooked simply because it's 
a matter of mentality but I believe this essential   quality or characteristic could make all the 
difference for you so these are the six essential   things that I believe are very very important for 
you to cultivate and prepare for in the leader to   actually taking the plunge into a return then I 
think that if you have these six strong skills and   qualities going for you you will be in a position 
much more well placed to make the best out of your   retirement however long that period may be let me 
know what you think of my suggestions whether you   agree or if you think they suck let me know why 
but in any event I really appreciate you tuning   in and sharing my thoughts for this week and 
wherever you are in the world I'm wishing you   a happy Saturday evening and let's speak again 
next week till then you take care and bye for now

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Retired at 38: 5 strong reasons to retire as soon as you can (Retirement Planning)

so early retirement has actually improved our 
health so much that I actually think we'll be   avoiding higher health care costs down the line 
that may actually lead into our retirement funds   and then early retirement has also allowed us 
to achieve a state of intuitive living which   has been absolutely awesome financially the 
conventional wisdom is that early retirement   could potentially be disastrous but frankly 
I think so far two years into retirement that   our early retirement has been great for us 
financially these plus two or three more are   just some of the very strong reasons why I would 
Advocate that anyone considering retirement should   do so as early as possible let me explain why 
down below hey I'm Jean and for the past two   years I've been retired in Bali Indonesia 
with my husband today I wanted to discuss   about all these reasons why I think retiring 
as early as you can is a brilliant idea [Music]   so Health basically don't wait till it's too late 
I think that when most people think about health   and retirement planning they just kind of hope 
and assume that they will be in good health when   they enter retirement and then that they pray it 
remains status quo until the end but I guess most   of us pre-retirement might be involved in jobs 
that might be high stress with long hours at   the desk and then naturally Fitness just isn't 
what ideally it should be so all my life I've   been struggling with skin rashes and allergies and 
these issues tend to pop up every time my immunity   gets low because I'm stressed I'm tired I'm taxed 
but truly in the two years since we have been   retired the manifestation of all these problems 
have just gone down so much in retirement mode   I'm happily keeping very fit doing all the things 
that I know of like surfing walking the dog with   the hubby eating better overall probably further 
down the line maybe I might be avoiding higher   healthcare costs having this health is actually 
so much wealth it allows you to live life to the   fullest because frankly all the stuff that you 
want to do in your enjoyment of Life probably   involves a lot of Health you want to travel 
you want to scale that mountain at Sunrise to   see that incredible view you need your help even 
just to enjoy good food if you like us you like   to eat you need your health I mean I know so many 
people who have dietary restrictions because of   high cholesterol or diabetes improving health is 
actually one of the biggest and strongest reasons   why you should retire early so the second big 
reason for wanting to retire ASAP is actually   intuitive living basically intuitive living is 
really connecting with yourself and listening to   your garden stings and your feelings as to stuff 
like eating and rest and meditation relationships   even your spending habits perhaps I don't know 
how it is for you guys but I was generally living   my life governed by a lot of shirts right I 
mean I should be at the office by 9am so that   I won't piss off the bosses I should stay in 
the office stay late and postpone my workout   postpone dinner so I can meet the deadline set by 
my clients I should carry branded Handbags and of   course I should be a corporate lawyer I mean why 
would I want to be anything else right finally   in retirement we are free from the demands of the 
pursuit of money to listen to ourselves to truly   tune in and understand what is the optimum cause 
in life you can chart you really want to wake up   every day without an alarm clock naturally because 
you've had enough sleep you want to eat only   enough and not too much I mean you want to make 
better choices food wise intuitive exercise you   know you're doing what really only appeals to you 
maybe you don't like sweating in the afternoons   so then you know get a gym membership or play 
indoor record Sports whatever works for you I   only wish that more people have the opportunity 
to experience living life this way intuitively   away from the entanglements and distractions 
from regular running the hands the real life   the third reason why you might want to retire 
as soon as possibly is just that the earlier   you retire the more time you gain in life I 
mean if you think about it most of us live   life as though we are invincible as if life 
itself will never run out and therefore we do   things like squander our time or sell it away too 
cheaply in exchange for material things we each   only have so long to live right and the money you 
make in your lifetime you can't bring that with   you when you go home so well might as well you'll 
be the one to spend it when you can right Society   feeds us like so many different narratives 
about success and what it should look like   but actually I think success is really not 
about the achievements per se but it's just   really a Feeling and I like to think that at 
the end of our Lives when we're there in our   last dying moments what we'll be thinking 
about probably wouldn't be like stuff like   oh I closed that three billion dollar deal I 
think it would more be along the lines of like   I had good friends and I loved my family I had 
a good life you know I ate good food I laughed   Lots I took care of my kids and my dog stuff like 
that so don't squander the time that we each have   maybe you have personal goals that you really 
want to achieve stuff like learning Spanish or   scaling the Great Wall of China or just 
watching your kids grow up that's just a   million places that are better to spend your 
time at then at a job which you don't really   particularly care for and which maybe you're just 
doing just cause that's what everyone else is   before we move on a big thank you to 
skillshare for sponsoring this video   so skillshare is an online learning community with 
thousands of classes for anyone who loves learning   if 2023 is the year you promised yourself 
you're gonna finally explore new career or   side hustle options or work on personal growth 
then skillshare is the perfect place to start   for me one of the ways we have fun in our 
retirement is making YouTube videos when we   first started skillshare was instrumental 
in teaching us so many of the basics like   videography storytelling and more till today 
one of the best classes I ever sat through   online anywhere is still the class by Sorel Amore 
YouTube success build an authentic Channel that's   worth the follow so her advice about finding my 
Niche valuing authenticity over Beauty creating   meaningful messages and providing value to the 
audience really changed our perspectives on what   we were creating back then for the better of 
course we've gone from like 40 Subs to the 143   000 Subs of today and from time to time I still 
pull up sorel's worksheet when I'm creating   my videos just to check that I'm on track for 
making something good for our people our audience   it's always super easy to take whatever you learn 
on skillshare and apply it directly to your life   Pursuits whatever those may be I highly recommend 
checking out skillshare and if you want to do that   you can use my link in the description below the 
first 1000 people will get one month of skillshare   absolutely free you can try it out learn something 
new move a step closer to your 2023 goals reason   number four the earlier you start your retirement 
the better you'll get at it with every other   change in life we expect that we all need time to 
learn how to do it well so things like becoming   apparent for the first time even if like us it's 
just a fur kid or transitioning from being a   student to being a working adult and then there's 
the transition from being and actively working   adult to retirement mode it seems ridiculous and 
silly even at first I mean it's like saying who   doesn't know how to spend their free time right 
but if you actually truly observe things around   you retirement Falls really differently for 
different people we all know the people who   have retired and in their retirement seem a 
little lost lonely left behind and uninspired   and then there's the other kind of retired people 
right the ones who go like when we're talking that   I'm gonna grab Life by the balls and Max things 
out a big part of that may actually be the point   in life at which you retire whether at that point 
where you retire you still have your zest your   Zeal your energy your health your Fitness to help 
you max out the happiness potential of that free   time and freedom in retirement and then there's 
the thought that retirement supposed to stretch   out for a few good years at least right if not 
for a few decades and doing that requires skills   you know you need so many different skills to 
have a successful retirement I think that's a   topic for another day but basically you need time 
to learn those skills whether it's Financial money   management or social skills you know building 
relationships and stuff but basically you need   time to get all that down pat in order to have 
a successful retirement so then the earlier you   retire the better usually you will probably 
turn out for you so the last and possibly the   most controversial point I think that early 
retirement could possibly be great for you   financially and this is controversial because it's 
directly opposite to what a lot of the experts say   right you retire too early there's so much risk 
that you miscalculate your finances or that world   events take an unexpected turn and then you know 
things go belly up and then you're destitute in   your last years but I mean underlying all that 
seems to be this assumption that in retirement   we're all just going to be like one dead lazy log 
and I think that these days especially if you're   an early retiree that is just so not true maybe 
like us with YouTube in our retirement in your   own retirement maybe you'll learn new skills pick 
up new side hustles and stay busy doing something   that you're doing for the love of it for the fun 
not for the money but having the money come in as   a result of your side hustle is a nice bonus and 
you know what it becomes an additional buffer for   your later years so retiring early also allows you 
to take advantage of things like dual Arbitrage   Right Moving overseas to improve your financial 
situation and yeah so like us I'm from Singapore   but I'm now retired here in Bali Indonesia we're 
not just here because life is more affordable but   the fact is that our retirement sums in fact our 
whole entire retirement is only possible because   living here is so much more affordable as compared 
to back home you know this wouldn't be possible at   all if we retiredly and ended up having health 
concerns right mobility issues for example   retiring early and then using the time to keep up 
with current affairs learning hedging strategies   to minimize risk learning how to diversify our 
Investment Portfolio I feel that the time in our   retirement has been well spent to actually make 
us more resilient and the fact that we retired so   early also means that if anything goes badly up 
time and youth are on our side if our financial   planning for retirement had just sucked or you 
know things unexpectedly go failure so prepare you   know if we have to U-turn and go back to work or 
maybe start another business it's not a big deal   and then we'll go off Marshall the resources 
that we lack and then we'll come back again   and second time around third time around will 
definitely be better each time at doing this   so in terms of confidence and the feeling of 
resilience that we will be able to make this   last all the way I think that starting 
early doing it early diving into it and   understanding the parameters the potential 
the boundaries of what we face in retirement   actually really really helps well guys so 
these are the few takeaways from our last   two years living in retirement here in Bali and 
I mean if you have any thoughts or objections or   contributions to the points that I've made in 
this video I'll love to hear them let's start   a little discussion in the comments below you 
guys have a good week ahead wherever you are   and let's chat again next Saturday thank you 
for watching and bye-bye have a good weekend

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6 Retirement Essentials (Most people only prepared 2 or 3)

I'm planning for retirement most people focus 
mostly on marshaling together enough money you   know Financial Resources so that they can last 
the distance and then maybe at the back of their   heads they have some vague plan right perhaps 
two or three things to fill the time with a lot   of the times this is stuff like travel family 
well unfortunately I'm gonna say that's not   quite nearly enough for Preparation we ourselves 
have been retired for two years and going looking   back on the past two years I kind of see like 
six essential things that if you prep for it   beforehand before your retirement starts I think 
this can really make such a positive difference   to your retirement so that's what I wanted 
to bring up and discuss with you guys today   number one first and foremost of course we have 
to talk about money most people's concern is the   amount of money that they have in retirement 
whether it will last them till the end come   comfortably and allow them to afford the Hobbies 
like travel good food Etc but I actually think   after going through the last two years building up 
our financial Acumen is just as important if not   more so what do I mean by Financial Acumen I mean 
stuff like budgeting tracking projecting investing   I mean if you think about it the money in your 
bank account can always be squandered we all   know that story I think more importantly what's 
going to make your retirement more fireproof is   having an ability to generate more money where 
it came from in the first place so the second   essential thing that you can prepare for so that 
you have a wonderful retirement it's definitely   the ability to be self-directing and disciplined 
self-direction definitely helps so much with   spending your retirement days meaningfully right 
after all there are no more like work schedules   or like demands from colleagues or bosses to help 
shape your days anymore you have to be the person   to take charge in retirement there's a study out 
there actually that shows that for happily retired   folks most of them actually have about 3.6 core 
Pursuits that's what they say and the unheably   retired folks tend to have less than 3.6 corporate 
suits coming in at about 1.9 call Pursuits that's   what the study reflected I guess it kind of just 
shows in retirement you really need to fill your   life to the brim and keep busy with activities 
you love and that is a really great formula for   happiness and self-direction will help you 
to achieve that state as well as discipline   because if you think about it like discipline 
directly affects the state of your finances right   it affects whether you stick with your retirement 
planning whether you keep fit and active and you   get to maintain your health in retirement even 
whilst you're left up to your own devices even   to find your cover suits if you don't have any 
when you're starting or in your retirement so   discipline and self-direction will be like 
the building blocks for enjoying your life   in retirement the third essential thing you might 
want to work on and cultivate or happy retirement   is people skills right so studies and research 
have reflected very consistently that the main   determining factor for happiness and Longevity 
for most of us is actually relationships Human   Relationships friendships relationship with 
your spouse and with your family I guess if   you look at most of us you know we all have 
a little need of work on some social skills   in some aspect I mean some of us are a bit shy 
paper hats or graph or maybe socially anxious   working on our people skills really will help us 
to get along and live happily with our spouse and   family members and also importantly to make 
new friendships at whatever age we all know   that making new friends gets a lot more difficult 
as we get older I mean I haven't heard anyone say   otherwise for me personally making new friends 
as I get older is the biggest challenge there's   this huge feeling that nothing can replace 
friendships with people who have known you   all your life but it is also a challenge as I 
have chosen to exercise through Arbitrage in   our retirement and we've moved away from home 
so those friends aren't with us in our present   I find that it takes a lot of intention I have 
to consciously push myself to broaden my Social   Circles and make the effort to get to know people 
on a more intimate basis I am also very happy   to be able to say that it has paid off in that for 
the last two years in Bali I have actually made   two or three new friends that I'm happy to say are 
kindred spirits and not just social acquaintances   so that's very nice and it's a huge Comfort to our 
daily life here in a foreign land away from home   now before we move on a big thank you to 
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MooMoo ad using my link in the description below   now back to the video the fourth essential 
thing that you can definitely work on and that   will benefit your retirement tremendously it's 
actually courage you're definitely gonna need lots   of courage in retirement and I guess this isn't 
a skill exactly it's kind of more of a quality   but in retirement you need a lot of courage 
to even plunge into retirement you need the   courage to you know take that leap of faith to 
stop putting it off due to fear of the unknown   feel or financial insecurities so then it's all 
about courage at that stage not let fear and   insecurity rule your life and your decisions it 
is also the courage to recognize that in life at   the start at the end in the middle the Domino's 
you need are never all nicely lined up you know   at some point you just got to jump into it and 
then learn to cross the obstacles as they come   so for retirement long term I guess the 
biggest issue most commonly is always money   but my perspective on this is that hey budgets 
can always be reduced money can always be earned   or recouped or whatever happens so I still 
think that you know it is actually beneficial   to Advocate an approach whereby you get to 
a point where you feel that you have most of   your Ducks lined up you've planned well you've 
prepped for it grab hold of your courage with   both hands and then take the plunge people tend 
to think of retirement as the end but it's not   it's the start of a new phase where you should be 
trying so many new things new Pursuits new ways   to live and for each of these new adventures 
you're gonna need courage to take action and   once you have taken the plunge you'll find the 
next fifth thing very very useful and that would   be a mentality of resilience especially in early 
retirement there are a lot more decades ahead of   you you know and therefore a lot more chances that 
they things can go wrong whether it be down to bad   financial planning or perhaps an unexpected Health 
catastrophe or even sometimes natural disasters   whatever comes I guess you will always need that 
strength of Will and the resilience so that you   can roll with the punches and then get back up 
you want to know that you have the mental strength   that even if things go pear-shaped you won't just 
give up and lose hope and certain Corner you've   got to Marshall what you've got inside you go out 
there find Solutions perhaps if necessary you've   got to go back to work but know that later on 
you can return to retirement and try again so the   sex essential thing that I believe will benefit 
everyone in retirement is to cultivate an attitude   of gratitude we all know life is a very long 
journey hopefully at least and so much of what   we Chase using most of our years actually doesn't 
really matter in the big picture once you have   taken a step back and then at that point is when 
you start realizing the earlier you cultivate and   attitude of gratitude and that appreciation for 
the simple little things that are probably around   you everywhere every day the happier you probably 
will be and it sounds silly but it's not really   automatic I mean we all live and grow up and 
work and go to school in a society that kind of   innovates us with messages that we need to reach 
for more have more ambition gives us you know that   High definitions of success in life that we 
have to try to jump to reach and nobody sings   the Praises of the pleasures of a simple cup of 
tea you know the importance of family time with   your loved ones or or just the pleasure of being 
able to take an evening walk on the beach with   your dog so I think that it's very important that 
somebody reminds you that you know you can not   overload what you already have what you're already 
surrounded by growing that muscle of appreciation   so that in each and every moment you are present 
in your own life you see all the little Joys that   you're surrounded with every day and if you 
live life like that I think that will help   you achieve contentment with just the small stuff 
around you and that's what majority of your life   in retirement may be about is just a small stuff 
every day but in my own retirement here in Bali it   is what makes me so grateful and so happy every 
day that I am surrounded by my loving husband   and very interesting and independent little dog 
that's very very cute you know that we have very   comfortable a bit simple house we have the ability 
to enjoy good food even if it's simple stuff   from the war rooms locally we have a garden and 
beautiful things are growing around us every day   the weather is great you know stuff is good yeah 
I think this is one of the most essential simple   things that's often overlooked simply because it's 
a matter of mentality but I believe this essential   quality or characteristic could make all the 
difference for you so these are the six essential   things that I believe are very very important for 
you to cultivate and prepare for in the leader to   actually taking the plunge into a return then I 
think that if you have these six strong skills and   qualities going for you you will be in a position 
much more well placed to make the best out of your   retirement however long that period may be let me 
know what you think of my suggestions whether you   agree or if you think they suck let me know why 
but in any event I really appreciate you tuning   in and sharing my thoughts for this week and 
wherever you are in the world I'm wishing you   a happy Saturday evening and let's speak again 
next week till then you take care and bye for now

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hey guys retired at 40 I'm going on a
little road trip today just me and Murph and last week I reached a milestone on
my channel and I hit a million views total and 10,000 subscribers in the same
week since I've been getting requests for quite a long time about how I
retired at 40 and I'm on a long road trip right now I figured what better
time to share the story so without further ado here's the retired at 40
story so before I get started I want to say that this is not in any way a brag
story in fact I'm definitely not a showy type guy I enjoy very simple things in
life and money to me is more of just a vehicle to be able to retire young and
have my family live a comfortable and an easy life and to be able to enjoy lots
of life experiences and be comfortable in life before I'm old and gray so
really the journey began in about 2002 graduated from Iowa State University
with a degree in marketing and business and by that point I have met my wife
Kelly she had already graduated from school and she was kind of waiting for
me and we wanted to move west out of the Midwest to move west see some new
territory and get closer to the outdoors so I grabbed my degree ran out the door
packed up my 1987 Ranger fully equipped with eight foot hay racks full of all of
my personal belongings and we drove to Littleton Colorado and at this point in
my life I had $200 in my pocket and Kelly had about the same so being
completely naive and basically completely broke but with a degree I was on the search for the best suit and tie job that I could possibly find
so I bounced around for a couple months just working some kind of halfway jobs
and I quickly realized that I did not want to wear a suit and tie and I wanted
nothing to do with the man and working a nine-to-five job well Kelly had found a
job in a real estate office working the front desk and she had become friends
with a couple of the big-time Realtors there one of which you caught wind that
I had some handyman type skills but he made me a deal that if he paid cash for
a house and I fixed it up that he would split the profit with us 50/50 and at
this point in my life all I saw was dollar signs if I was completely blown
away that there was someone that could pay cash for a house
this is coming from a guy who had less than $200 in his pocket at this point it
was pretty much scraping by I tried to hold back my excitement to him but
naturally I said yes please let's do that I was working the graveyard shift
at Target stocking shelves I'd worked for 10 hours I would go home grab a
little bit of breakfast and I'd head over to the property and work on it for
another five or six hours I try and catch a few hours of sleep and then I
would rinse and repeat it was at this point in my life that I learned a few
different things one you really have to dig deep to reach your goals in life
because I was not getting paid by the hour and at this point I didn't know how
much money I was gonna make I didn't know if I would make $500 when this was
all done or if I was going to make $5,000 when this is all done so I
learned that a lot of things that can benefit you financially you have to put
in the work upfront without knowing what your final outcome is going to be
after about three months which seemed like an eternity of working seven days a
week for sometimes 15 sometimes 20 hours a day on this house the house was ready
to go on the market and it was all finished it looked great and then before
you knew it it's sold and then the house closed and at this
point I still didn't know what we were gonna make off it but for me it didn't
matter the hard part was done I didn't have any of my own money into it I just
had my time basically so the guy we were doing the investment with hands me an
envelope and I opened it up and at $8,000 being twenty-two years old and having
$8,000 I might as well have hit the lottery and that brings me to my second
valuable lesson that I learned and that is being responsible with money so when you have $8,000 and you're 22
years old a lot of people would go buy a new car they'd go buy some flashy
things some pretty things but to me I had realized that if I can make $8,000
once I can make $8,000 again and again and again and again so I can either go
p*&% the $8,000 away that I had worked my a#* off for or I can take that $8,000 and do exactly
what he did but do it myself and potentially make twice or three times as
much money so my wife being in a real estate office we became acquainted with
quite a few smart people financially smart people we learned a lot about real
estate very quickly because we were willing to learn which is my next
valuable life lesson is that you never stop learning so we
took our $8,000 we put a small down payment on a condo in Littleton
because we realized that giving someone else our money was you might as well be
throwing it away we wanted to be working towards something and it own something
on our own so we took our other four or five thousand dollars and we started our
search for a real estate investment that we could do all of our all on her own
and get a hundred percent of the profits so after some searching we did find a
place we found a small town home it was not in as nice of area as we were living
it was smaller it needed lots of work but that takes us to our next light life
lesson that we learned and that is to sacrifice for a greater payoff in the
future so we had only lived in our condo for a very short time but we realized
that if we moved into the real estate investment that we could rent out the
place that we are living at and move into the place that we were fixing up
that we'd have to be paying a mortgage on anyway we had our first real estate
investment and we had our first rental so being 22 years old and owning two
properties and carrying two mortgages and at this point I'm still working at
Target was a pretty scary proposition in life but all I could see was that $8,000
check they had started to change our lives I also want to point out and kind
of give a shout-out to my parents and to my wife's parents because
neither one of our parents ever handed us anything in life they
always made us work for what we achieved in fact when we move we tried to
convince my parents to co-sign on our mortgage for the condo that we bought
and they said no way at the time I was very very mad at them and I thought I
would never forgive them in hindsight it was one of the best
things they've ever done for me because it just made me have that fire
in my belly and really just want to work to get what I wanted so back to having
two mortgages that was a completely scary thing in my life I was making
something like 10 dollars an hour at Target
I think Kelly was making $13 an hour at the real estate office she was working
at we could barely afford the condo we had but now he had two.

God bless the
banks lending money to anyone at that point on the very plus side of that we
learned that someone else can pay our mortgage and we're basically getting
that money for free and then later we figured out that there are many many
many tax benefits and huge benefits of owning a rental property so we quickly learned that trying to pay
for materials and the things needed to fix up an investment property on just
barely over minimum wage is not easy to do the thing that happened next couldn't
have come at a more perfect time so all of a sudden I had money to spend to fix
up this house and it would just get me to that next
big paycheck that much quicker so that's what we did we fixed up the house we
doubled our money we rolled it into the next one so we kept bouncing from house
to house quite a few times and that sacrifice of from going from a nice
house to live in to going to a crappy house to live in to fix up to making it
nice again to going to another crappy house to fix up it became pretty
stressful but we always had our eyes on the prize "are you still with me Murph?"
after doing this two or three times I remember getting a check for the last
one and the check was forty one thousand dollars
so at that point it didn't make sense to work at Target anymore so I just started
doing it full-time but we never took the big proceeds from the real estate and
put it into our actual living we always rolled it into the next property and
that kind of gave us the baseline of even how we live today we always live
well below our means we take the money that we make and we put it into things
that will make us an income not into something that will lose us money but
you do have to treat yourself every once in a while otherwise there's no reason
to make the money in the first place Kelly saw many of the high producing
Realtors making large amounts of money so she decided to get a real estate
license and she created her own real estate business so now we really felt
like we had the world by the balls because we were getting paid a
commission to buy the property and then we were saving half of the Commission
when we sold the property and I was fixing him up so we just get rolling our
profits in rolling our profits in rolling our profits in until family we
were able to buy a house and now that we could get a house we were playing with
the big boys the profits were much larger but so was the risk and we really
didn't want to lose all the way it worked for for the last couple of years
so we did a few houses and we made some great money but instead of selling them
and pulling out our profits we kept them as rentals and it was at this point that we really
started building up our rental inventory at this point it was about 2006 or 2007
and real estate was starting to slow down a little bit but we have purchased
a large house I'm a courage that was really a big risk for us it was a large
house to fix up it was our biggest project for sure it took us the most
money to fix it up and we had the most money into it so we lived in this house
for about 8 months while we were fixing it up and we kind of decided after doing
about 12 properties that the moving all the time was starting to get kind of old
and we were kind of getting older ourselves and we decided that we wanted
to have kids and kind of settle down a little bit Murph are you with me? sometimes I feel like I'm just talking to myself so after the eight months was up we
finished the house we sold it and shortly after the real estate market
completely crashed the bubble had burst and Colorado was one of the hardest hit
States we got out of the house just in the nick of time and not only did the
real-estate market bubble burst we found out that we couldn't have kids and it
seemed like a real low point in our lives but around 2007 when all this
happened we realized our next lesson with every negative there is a big
positive that can be gained from it and you can just use it as fuel for your
fire so the recession was tough we thought
our great life had come to an end we thought we were gonna have to get
regular jobs you know people were losing their jobs left and right people were
losing their houses Colorado was hit very very hard one of the worst states
during the recession and we learned that what goes up must come down
and in this case it came down hard in many cases not just real estate when
things are bad that's the time to invest and if you're smart with your money and
you've been saving while everyone else spending that's the time to benefit
though from about 2008 to 2012 we were buying rentals so we were able to adapt I started doing
contracting because that's pretty much what I was doing before but now I had to
be doing work for someone else and Kelly's always been a mover and a shaker
and even a bad real estate market she was able to keep her business moving we
were buying things for pennies on a dollar and even though we were not
making great money and in some cases losing a little bit of money on rentals
we were able to stick it out and after lots of lots of years of lots of lots of
heartache and lots of lots of doctors we were able to have two boys so about 2014/2015 real estate started
creeping back up again prices kept going through the roof and just when he
thought it was the peak they just kept going up stuff was flying off the
shelves you could list a house and it would have multiple offers within 24
hours so we had about age 35 we were
completely debt-free we had several rentals that we were cash flowing we
didn't owe any money on the rentals so all that money was just rolling into a
bank account when you have no bills and you have an income coming in your net
worth starts to grow very quickly so we rode out the storm Kelly's business was
doing great my contracting business was doing great
we have liquidated a lot of our real estate in Colorado we had capital to
play with we had two beautiful young boys and then I fell to my knees crying
like a little baby I had herniated a disc in my back and I
was on a walker for about a month contracting for me was out of the
question I didn't even want to think about picking something up so I took
some time off and I raised our kids which at first I thought would just be for a few
months and then a year passed and then another year passed and I decided that I
kind of liked it we had rental income coming in Kelley's business was doing
better than it had ever been in fact she had started her own she had several
people working for her and just as a little side income I got to do what I
love to do which is antiques I was just buying and selling antiques so we were
trying to be very strategic at this point because we owned a fair amount of
property in Colorado but we knew that our ultimate goal was to retire at 40
and at the rate things were going up we didn't want to sell too early because we
didn't want to miss out on that upside but we didn't want to sell too late
because we didn't want to risk the chance of taking a step back so as some
regret we sold the majority of our properties in around 2017
but this was a game-changer because we were able to make cash for every rental
that we purchased so we loaded up on rentals in Iowa we actually purchased
our property that we're going to move into which is actually where I'm headed
now and that kind of brings us up to speed
to current date I take care of our 10 rentals which keep which keeps me pretty
busy just in itself i buy and sell antiques i get to see my kids all the
time we have a good rental income coming in now we do youtube oh yeah we also do
a couple fix and flips every year Kelly has her real estate team with about 10 employees
and in June of 2020 we're going to retire at 40 so all in all life is great
I have a wonderful family I have enough assets and passive income to live a
comfortable life I don't need Ferraris and yachts to make
me happy in fact for me it's quite the opposite so if you're new to the channel
take a moment to subscribe click the bell to get notifications and new videos
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I love hearing from you guys I'm glad you were able to enjoy my roadtrip with
me I'm just pulling into the house right now in the meantime this is retired at
40 remember to live life simple I'll catch next week

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Think Retirement = 🚫 Work? You may NEVER retire. Do THIS instead.

to make sure that'' s this one sort of command.
that maintains popping up in reaction to my video clips it'' s the whole oh you manage.
rentals ah you'' re still functioning you ' re not retired or oh you make YouTube videos.
you'' re still functioning no you ' re not retired it ' s not such as the retirement cops you understand I. imply plainly to these people out there retirement strictly indicates say goodbye to working say goodbye to need to.
make cash and for some remarkably it'' s even age bound apparently to be retired I obtained ta be 60.
plus [Music] I imply to be honest I assume this is just a silly debate over semantics right because.
well you can call it whatever you like we'' re happy living the way we live We'' re not gon na alter.
anything even if of YouTube remarks right but I additionally feel required to direct out that for.
these people thinking retirement purely suggests no much more functioning regular generating income they''
re. actually really incorrect it ' s a sight that ' s type of simply removed from fact entirely as well as.
the scariest thing is that if you stay with this belief you might never retire look I recognize the.
origins of the idea that retired life equals regular work I expanded up in that period also that era where.
you will certainly work 40 plus years in this one constant job retire at 65 and afterwards Tada Grand exit with.
this golden wall gold watch and your pension or you recognize Singaporean situation you recognize cpaf and afterwards.
off to the fairway you go now historically if you take a look at the context this was formed in the.
supposed golden years of the post-world War II full work now nowadays pretty.
apparent life job every little thing has substantially changed since not the very least root cause of Automation as well as.
digitalization jobs are no longer the secure point it made use of to be rather now it'' s very volatile.
I suggest consider what happened during the pandemic and afterwards since the pandemic is over it'' s the. tech layoffs as well as significantly fantastic news with the breakthroughs in AI drops are disappearing.
altogether the center class is vanishing they say the abundant are obtaining richer the bad are.
getting poorer so work nowadays already looks so different from what it used to be three decades earlier.
so why in the world would anyone anticipate retired life to stay the exact same as before I indicate the truth.
is that it doesn'' t for one it ' s obtained'a great deal more pricey we ' re living
so much longer these. days Treatment has actually also gotten progressively costly real estate expenses maintain Rising so pricey.
Climbing inflation not enough wage growth the quantity of money the experts maintain stating you need.
for a comfortable retired life continues Increasing however let'' s just take a reasonable number for the minimum.
suggested amount of financial savings for retirement in the US apparently that would certainly be about 555 000 US.
bucks or 10 times the U.S median income but after that another study shows that typically retired people have.
just somewhat over a hundred and also seventy thousand dollars conserved for retired life some retirees.
obviously simply have absolutely nothing zero as well as also in Singapore among the most affluent countries in the.
globe over 60 percent of pre-retired singaporeans are saying they'' re out track to retired life. either so after that what do you think all these individuals throughout the globe both pre-retirement and already.
retired are doing so this is what they'' re doing this is simply what pops right up if you do.
a quick Google on the Net by the method according to Wikipedia everyone'' s default Expert.
on all things in deep space if you take a look at Wiki'' s page on retirement in the US as you mature you.
have six way of life choices and also out of the six four entails some form of job full-time or part-time.
the truth seems to be that great deals of senior citizens are around side rushing or freelancing or setting.
up organizations or full-time Jobing at when more but it'' s not all as dismal as it might seem to. you obviously a whole lot'of individuals aren ' t planning on working after retirement simply only root cause of. monetary demand it ' s actually since they want to due to the fact that it'' s helpful for them it ' s
evidently around. healthy and balanced aging the feeling of social combination and also payment the entire seeing retired life not. as completion however as a brand-new phase of Life thingy which entirely makes good sense right because we'' re all. living longer and very early retirement is obtaining extra prominent so retirement isn'' t just that 5
to. 12 year duration any longer but possibly 20 to 40 plus years undoubtedly most senior citizens aren'' t back to the. full-time nine-to-five dissatisfied Daily Work there'' s so many varying levels of job after retired life. there'' s like semi-retirement you understand going back to work part-time that'' s freelancing Consulting.
what some individuals call opportunistic functioning occasionally they just do stuff like offering.
or adding in whatever ways they delight in however resembles it'' s a norm that numerous senior citizens are.
out there functioning or earning money or just getting this established regimen in their retired life sensation.
purposeful engaged and also quite pleased it'' s in fact a whole lot around simply advancing past that phase in life.
where your job is so consolidated paying the price of you and your household'' s existence that many.
individuals stick to doing crappy tasks they actually dislike just to endure I think that firmly insisting.
that retired life must be a Continuous vacation with no work or earning money whatsoever it'' s. truly simply fairly an ignorant idea that cherished Timeless vacation vision is not also a sustainable.
thing in truth I mean check out all the anecdotal evidence from all individuals out there you recognize.
they'' re claiming that that Eternal vacation stage of retirement it really lasts practically one.
two years generally Max prior to one obtains bored as well as depressed which feeling of loss and also being.
lost sets right in it'' s an entire cycle obviously you rest you get bored ultimately you discover.
brand-new Pursuits and also involvement money making or not and also then you get satisfied once more till the.
end to ensure that'' s the four phases of retired life so this person clarifies it in this video clip it makes.
overall sense you seem like you can examine that out however primarily ethical of the story at whatever age.
or phase of Life keeping hectic having function as well as engagement a great routine feeling included.
feeling monetarily secure it'' s healthy and also it makes individuals delighted on the other hand if you.
proceed to urge retirement you have to suggest no more job ever before since that'' s just how you'believe
you ' ll. more than happy until your end although the evidence factors or else then you understand that trashful.
quantity of retired life savings is just ever before going to maintain changing consistently higher and to hit it.
you'' re most likely mosting likely to end up working that added a lot more years it'' s already happening official.
old age across the world keeps enhancing and also say eventually happily you in fact handle to.
get there you retire you'' re sigh greatly loosen up right into your coastline chair which desire.
become a reality Perpetual getaway situation and after that one 2 years later on bam on routine.
it'' s lost catastrophe as well as your ball lonesome shed possibly questioning where everything went pear-shaped.
after that you pedal through some even more ears as well as let lost the bottom mode and afterwards you'' ll discover yourself. maybe aged 70 and also yet run out of financial savings since you didn'' t job right in between and after that you.
end up being one of those people around Googling how to discover a job at 70.

Sadly due to the fact that.
you in fact require to that'' s obtained ta suck so instead right here'' s my idea rather of clinging onto this.
outmoded suggestion of retired life I assume it'' s way extra productive to invest your time figuring out what'' s. possible currently for you as well as your ability sets you could hang around reasoning of exactly how you can perhaps take.
control and also redefine job as well as retired life in your life for yourself because if you wear'' t job as well as. retired life is being redefined for you by culture and federal government anyhow whether you like it or otherwise.
and after that you'' re just going to be adhering to along you can assume regarding just how you can potentially decouple.
the work you do from the cost of your existence as well as after that perhaps even better you can consider.
whether you can discover some means to decouple generating those existence calls from the straight.
input of your time as well as I think this is all truly important if you wear'' t want to be stuck on the.
grind up until you'' re regarding like I put on ' t know 120 years old since it'' s coming for everyone.
that time in your life where you can'' t make the exact same cash at your job as you could when you.
were younger or had even get a suitable paying task whatever that may be when you require one due to the fact that.
of like ageism as well as all those stuff you understand most Monetary guidance around they say that.
normally for any one of us to retire conveniently we need about 75 to 80 percent of our pre-retirement.
revenue to continue our existing criterion of living so below'' s the circumstance when I was still.
in the labor force myself running that business hamster wheel so I worked I was so done hectic.
simply working so I can hang on to that job it was my only resource of money so my entire presence.
was you recognize depending on that salary and as quickly as heck was not thinking to myself about exactly how I.
can redefine job for myself or if someday if I quit working how I might still generate 80 of.
that wage on a monthly basis so my presence wouldn'' t have to considerably alter I mean sure you can do.
like what we did now ideal you know downgrade your way of living probably move overseas to a less expensive place.
um come to be a lot less high upkeep in retired life so you don'' t need 80 of your pre-retirement revenue.
Possibly you'' ll still need what 30 40 percent as well as if right now your only income generation.
is through that task that salary you got no Investments no various other skills no side hustles.
no nothing when that work retires you at that compulsory age or as a result of a few other situations.
God forbid after that what are you mosting likely to do I think that'' s the sincere truth for a lot of working.
adults available still particularly more so if you in fact got married and started bulging.
children you understand time simply vaporizes very quickly at this phase of life already so I think all of us.
require this tip you know to look up from our service you understand to consider the larger image.
and try to regulate where we'' re all headed towards if you'' re still enjoying this video clip now.
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factor I'' m certain you ' ve obtained a whole lot to state in response whether you think what I'' ve simply stated is all.
bollocks or if you two are searching for a much better way of living layout after that this conventional retirement.
version which I'' ve constantly discovered so disappointing well you can leave me remarks below and also we.
can discuss I hope you enjoyed this video clip as common leave a like so hopefully more individuals will certainly.
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I'' m planning for retired life the majority of people concentrate.
mostly on aligning together enough money you understand Financial Resources so that they can last.
the range and afterwards possibly at the rear of their heads they have some vague strategy right perhaps.
2 or 3 points to fill up the time with a great deal of the times this is things like travel family.
well unfortunately I'' m gon na say that ' s not fairly virtually enough for Preparation we ourselves.
have been retired for 2 years and also going looking back on the past 2 years I type of see like.
6 necessary things that if you prep for it beforehand prior to your retirement begins I assume.
this can truly make such a positive difference to your retirement to ensure that'' s what I wanted.
to raise and also talk about with you guys today top firstly of program we have.
to talk regarding cash the majority of people'' s issue is the amount of money that they have in retired life.
whether it will certainly last them till completion come comfortably as well as allow them to pay for the Hobbies.
like traveling excellent food Etc however I in fact think after going via the last 2 years accumulating.
our monetary Acumen is equally as important if not a lot more so what do I imply by Financial Acumen I mean.
stuff like budgeting tracking predicting investing I suggest if you think of it the cash in your.
financial institution account can always be misused most of us understand that tale I think more significantly what'' s. mosting likely to make your retirement more fireproof is having a capacity to produce even more cash where.
it came from to begin with so the second vital thing that you can prepare for to make sure that.
you have a remarkable retired life it'' s certainly the capability to be self-directing as well as disciplined.
self-direction definitely helps a lot with investing your retired life days meaningfully right.
besides there are no much more like job routines or like demands from colleagues or employers to help.
shape your days anymore you need to be the individual to take cost in retired life there'' s a research study out.
there really that reveals that for gladly retired individuals the majority of them in fact have concerning 3.6 core.
Searches that'' s what they state as well as the unheably retired individuals have a tendency to have less than 3.6 company.
fits can be found in at about 1.9 call Searches that'' s what the research reflected I presume it type of just.
programs in retirement you truly need to load your life to the border as well as keep active with tasks.
you like which is a truly terrific formula for happiness as well as self-direction will certainly aid you.
to attain that state as well as self-control since if you think of it like technique.
directly impacts the state of your finances right it influences whether you stick with your retired life.
preparing whether you maintain fit and also active and also you reach keep your health in retired life also.
whilst you'' re left as much as your very own devices also to locate your cover matches if you wear'' t have any. when you ' re starting or in your retired life so discipline as well as self-direction will certainly be like.
the building obstructs for appreciating your life in retirement the 3rd vital point you might.
wish to service as well as grow or happy retired life is individuals skills right so research studies and also study.
have reflected very continually that the major determining factor for joy and Longevity.
for the majority of us is in fact partnerships Human Relationships friendships partnership with.
your spouse as well as with your family I guess if you take a look at the majority of us you recognize we all have.
a little need of work with some social abilities in some element I suggest a few of us are a bit shy.
paper hats or chart or perhaps socially anxious dealing with our individuals skills truly will aid us.
to manage as well as live gladly with our partner and also relative and additionally importantly to make.
brand-new relationships at whatever age we all understand that making brand-new good friends gets a whole lot a lot more tough.
as we obtain older I imply I place'' t listened to any individual say otherwise for me personally making new pals.
as I age is the largest obstacle there'' s this substantial sensation that nothing can replace.
friendships with people that have actually understood you all your life yet it is also an obstacle as I.
have actually picked to exercise via Arbitrage in our retirement and also we'' ve moved away from residence.
Those close friends aren'' t with us in our present I find that it takes a great deal of purpose I have.
to consciously press myself to expand my Social Circles and make the initiative to be familiar with people.
on a much more intimate basis I am additionally really happy to be able to state that it has actually settled because for.
the last two years in Bali I have actually made 2 or three new pals that I'' m happy to state are.
kindred spirits and also not simply social colleagues to make sure that'' s very great and it ' s a massive Comfort to our.
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point that you can certainly work with as well as that will certainly benefit your retirement significantly it'' s. in fact guts you'' re definitely gon na need whole lots of nerve in retirement as well as I guess this isn'' t. an ability specifically it ' s kind of more of a quality yet in retired life you need a great deal of guts.
to also dive right into retirement you need the guts to you recognize take that leap of confidence to.
quit placing it off as a result of fear of the unidentified feeling or monetary insecurities so after that it'' s
all. concerning nerve at that stage not allow worry as well as instability regulation your life as well as your choices it.
is also the nerve to recognize that in life at the start at the end in the center the Domino'' s. you need are never ever all perfectly aligned you understand eventually you just got to delve into it and.
after that learn to go across the barriers as they come so for retired life long-term I guess the.
most significant problem most frequently is constantly money but my perspective on this is that hi budget plans.
can always be lowered money can constantly be made or redeemed or whatever takes place so I still.
believe that you know it is really valuable to Advocate a strategy whereby you get to.
a factor where you really feel that you have many of your Ducks aligned you'' ve intended well you''
ve. prepped for it clinch your nerve with both hands and after that take the plunge individuals tend.
to consider retired life as the end but it'' s not it ' s the start of a brand-new phase where you must be. trying so numerous brand-new things brand-new Pursuits new methods to live as well as for each and every of these new journeys.
you'' re gon na require nerve to take action and when you have taken the dive you'' ll discover the. next fifth thing very really valuable which would certainly be a mentality of strength particularly in very early.
retired life there are a whole lot even more decades ahead of you you understand and also consequently a lot even more chances that.
they things can go wrong whether it be to bad monetary planning or possibly an unforeseen Health and wellness.
catastrophe or even occasionally natural calamities whatever comes I presume you will always require that.
stamina of Will as well as the durability to make sure that you can roll with the strikes and also then obtain back up.
you desire to recognize that you have the psychological toughness that also if points go pear-shaped you won'' t simply. offer up as well as shed hope as well as particular Edge you'' ve obtained to Marshall what you'' ve got in you head out.
there locate Solutions perhaps if essential you'' ve reached go back to function yet understand that later on.
you can go back to retirement and try once again so the sex necessary point that I think will certainly benefit.
every person in retired life is to cultivate a perspective of gratefulness most of us recognize life is a very long.
trip ideally a minimum of therefore much of what we Chase making use of a lot of our years in fact doesn'' t. really matter in the big photo when you have taken a step back and after that at that factor is when.
you start understanding the earlier you grow and mindset of appreciation which admiration for.
the straightforward little points that are most likely around you everywhere each day the better you possibly.
will be as well as it sounds silly yet it'' s not really automatic I suggest most of us live as well as grow up and also.
job as well as go to school in a culture that kind of innovates us with messages that we need to get to.
for even more have extra aspiration provides us you recognize that High meanings of success in life that we.
need to try to leap to get to and also no one sings the Praises of the satisfaction of an easy cup of.
tea you recognize the relevance of family time with your enjoyed ones or or just the enjoyment of being.
able to take a night walk on the beach with your canine so I assume that it'' s really important that
. somebody reminds you that you understand you can not overload what you already have what you'' re currently.
surrounded by growing that muscle mass of recognition so that in each as well as every moment you exist.
in your very own life you see all the little Joys that you'' re bordered with everyday and if you.
real-time life like that I believe that will help you achieve contentment with simply the tiny stuff.
around you which'' s what majority of your life in retirement might have to do with is just a little things.
each day however in my own retired life here in Bali it is what makes me so happy therefore pleased every.
day that I am surrounded by my loving partner as well as extremely fascinating and also independent little canine.
that'' s extremely really cute you understand that we have really comfortable a little bit easy house we have the capability.
to appreciate excellent food also if it'' s straightforward stuff from the war spaces locally we have a yard and.
attractive things are growing around us daily the climate is excellent you know things is great yeah.
I assume this is just one of one of the most necessary basic things that'' s often neglected just since it'' s. an issue of mindset but I believe this important high quality or characteristic might make all the.
difference for you so these are the six essential things that I believe are very very important for.
you to grow and also prepare for in the leader to in fact starting right into a return then I.
think that if you have these six strong abilities and also high qualities going with you you will certainly remain in a setting.
a lot a lot more well put to make the most effective out of your retirement nonetheless long that duration might be allow me.
know what you think about my tips whether you agree or if you believe they draw let me understand why.
but anyway I actually value you tuning in as well as sharing my thoughts for this week and also.
any place you are in the globe I'' m desiring you a delighted Saturday night and also let'' s talk again.
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international hello what are the awful sides to.
retiring very early aren'' t you burnt out every day simply lying around not doing anything put on'' t. you individuals fret about running out of cash hello guys welcome back to one more beautiful.
day right here in Paradise Bali a lot of you have been asking me so several concerns like the.
above so today I'' m gon na go through six awkward facts concerning layoff.
along with my pointers for alleviating them based on our very own experiences reaching fire and.
being retired right here in Bali Indonesia for the past two years so unpleasant fact number.
one retired life is a journey not a destination for the document lying around throughout the day doing nothing.
in retirement is a misconception it'' s always wonderful to have a couple of days of that right here as well as there but in reality.
you do that for lengthy stretches of time and you'' re most likely mosting likely to be struck extremely really hard with.
sensations of boredom lack of self-worth and you'' re gon na be missing out on a sense of satisfaction retirement.
isn'' t a location like Bali or Boracay it actually is the start of a New Trip in your life it'' s. that stretch of time where you lastly do those points you wished to do yet always couldn'' t. since you were so busy generating income to survive it can be anything taking a trip the world.
Creating that publication or researching that claim cross stitch side hustle if you never get past the.
myth you'' ll probably wind up getting bored and after that finish up returning to function and missing out on out on this.
Remarkable Life Experience so like every other journey start preparing what is this impressive experience you.
wish to invest your retired life time as well as cash on number 2 if you obtained burnt out during your.
retirement stuff maybe you'' re doing it wrong so for a great deal of people their retired life Jam.
has to do with traveling the world right that'' s an incredibly common one and also it'' s fantastic fun you never ever
. feel extra alive and also it'' s such a terrific obstacle because in fact you need so several various abilities.
to travel properly appropriate you require Street smarts to navigate the towns and scams as well as other concerns.
on the road you need to be able to prepare your travel plan book the most effective traveling deals know just how.
to haggle your costs in addition to things like riding a motorbike as well as diving as well as at the.
start it'' s always epic it ' s so unbelievable yet on exhilaration as well as feeling of achievement begins to.
plateau and afterwards you'' re gon na strike that factor of lessening returns and also it wasn'' t just. in traveling either it was likewise my paint my services my making it through The Wanderer life thingy I.
discover that when love to stay largely undirected most Quests in fact often tend to lose their taste.
with time another method of putting this is maybe you feel yourself coming under torpidity or.
that functioned really well for me one either I begin piercing deep down right into the details of.
what I'' m doing or 2 I make it into a service take my dad cooking is his terrific love in retired life.
yet he'' s not just asking in any case for the fun of it the last couple of years he'' s in quest of cooking.
a tastier sourdough bread any person has actually ever before come across out of 365 days in a year he is possibly.
baked about I'' m presuming possibly 400 sourdough loaves 2 loaves each bake he tweaks the dishes.
the starter the strategy the components he does some reverse engineering of sourdough bread that'' s. commercially marketed outside it'' s been maybe 3 years as well as he'' s still going solid so he established his.
own special sourdough bread objective and Target and also criteria rather of just offering as well as yogurting.
for fun I became professional teachers in both as well as at some point started both a yoga exercise service and also.
a browse school and you know I discovered a lot much more regarding both in the entire process whatever.
Search around if you begin truly piercing down there'' s constantly more Improvement to be had.
much more individual growth to seek please claim you enjoy Ceramic wear'' t simply do it aimlessly to pass time.
polish up your abilities go into competitions end up being an expert Potter do compensations as your.
retired life side rush or teach pottery classes when you keep pressing on your own to those higher.
requirements due to the fact that you'' re either actually drilling down right into the craft of it or you'' re running it.
as a Business you'' ll locate brand-new measures of efficiency therein and you will certainly be burnt out not to.
mention if you'' re actually like us on lean fire whatever website income you generate will help defray.
the expense of your passions and also leisure activities so you put on'' t need to touch on your long-term Investments.'isn ' t that a truly excellent bargain so two years ago at the age of 38 I retired with my spouse below.
in Bali it'' s quite early by a lot of standards and it'' s been a totally remarkable journey we''
ve. found out a whole lot and I hope the insights we are showing to you people are valuable if you'' re on. your own fire Trip or currently neck deep in retirement smack that like button show us in.
the remarks listed below what your retired life appears like up until now how you'' re maintaining active and also whether you.
concur or disagree with the points we made below currently on the 3rd uncomfortable reality it'' s. hard that you need to safeguard your time you possibly retired so you can spend your time doing however.
you please whenever you please many of us will certainly have invested the vast bulk of Our Lives.
thus much making a living which suggests generally another person is routing your time either your.
boss or your customers and also we obtain really made use of to that so then in retirement self-directing your.
time becomes something brand-new as well as type of foreign as well as if you take a look at retired individuals in Singapore.
after functioning jobs that whole lives the majority of them finish on in retired life working as complimentary.
day care solutions for their grandchildren if that'' s their utmost desire and for some.
Typical older individuals it certainly is after that it'' s wonderful I ' m really
happy pleased themHowever for some it might not actually be that yet they find themselves doing it anyhow type of like by.
default because they'' re so used to permitting another person to direct their time for them there'' s. always going to be individuals around that will attempt to make use of your leisure time asking you to.
run tasks for them maybe or like for us right here in Bali we obtain numerous requests from both individuals.
we recognize personally as well as full strangers of the net asking us to do things like strategy their.
vacations reveal them around Bali Etc obviously we like hosting friends and also household and we.
delight in aiding individuals typically yet smartly speaking our very own private lives would certainly simply disappear.
if we were to delight all the requests we obtain you'' ll need to discover how to say no to individuals and. exactly how to strike equilibrium retirement is as much regarding sharing your time with the people who matter.
to you as it has to do with having time for your own personal growth and advancement simply be mindful.
unpleasant truth number 4 it'' s most likely gon na be simply you as well as your considerable various other from.
now on out so upon retired life your social scene is going to alter significantly everyone else is at.
job or active with their very own things you'' re either gon na have to find out to appreciate your own company.
a whole lot or if you'' re fortunate adequate to have retired with your considerable other that'' s who you ' ll. most likely be spending bulk of your retirement with so best learn to manage companionably great.
interaction is crucial as it'' s simply generally being a considerate and respectful human being via.
the pandemic and on the road this past decade I'' ve seen a lot of individuals who appear truly shocked.
by the person the other fifty percent absolutely is when they start retired life and start taking a trip with each other.
24 7 a day but building that Convenience to do things on your own and also building that fantastic.
relationship with your other half can also potentially be one of the most rewarding part of your.
retired life journey and also your individual growth prior to I share with you the 5th awkward.
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uncomfortable truth number five your cash strategies are never as foolproof as you think all retired life.
whether it'' s the normal kind or fire actually all come down to the monetary preparation behind it.
right as well as one of the most unpleasant truth of all may be that your retired life funds are never.
as sure-fire as you prepare for specifically if your strategies are expected to spend 30 40 also 50.
years in the case of very early retirement expert forecasts and also assumptions go incorrect you made a.
mistake in your profile planning as a result of all the customers that we all carry Bearishnesses occur.
blacks on events gray Rhino events so lots of points no matter the plan regardless of exactly how much stress.
screening you did prior to you dove into it the unexpected typically takes place as well as the quicker you come.
to terms with this unpleasant reality the quicker you can proceed to hatching out versus the risks.
You can predict most retired people they'' re functioning their monetary planning and also much less Help around.
the 4 percent drawdown policy right so the U.S stock exchange has had an incredible Run for the.
last 10 12 years or two now certainly points are looking a little various for the near.
future so those that have been traditional and also that have actually abstained from touching their long-lasting.
investments will have extra reproducing space currently to ride out this bearish market nonetheless long it may.
last buddies who have been following our journey for a while currently understand that a dominant portion of.
our retired life below in Bali consists of rental income from a variety of property Investments.
as well as however in the last two years considering that we started retirement Europe is a video game up in arms.
soaring Energy prices have increased the expense of living throughout the world and everywhere huge.
inflation is now a substantial concern fortunately we have so far taken care of to deal with whatever disturbances.
we'' ve experienced but primarily yet another unpleasant truth in retired life is that managing.
your money to make it last till the end takes up even more time than you assume wear'' t just go to rest on.
it continually look to expand the eggs in your basket and be open to adjusting your cash strategies.
like rebalancing your portfolio or changing how you invest your retirement Toolbox as different.
opportunities provide themselves for time you may not require to work for money any longer yet doing.
stuff that fuels your personal growth which produces some extra side revenue as a reward is.
never a Bad Point uncomfortable fact number six no factor sweating the tiny stuff y'' all understand I ' m. a big fan of simple frugal living as well as no pretenses whereas satisfied eating in an elegant restaurant.
as we are eating at the regional Battle areas right here sometimes extra pleased in fact yet a lot of us.
can additionally easily get carried away diving into with the itsy bitsy details of frugal living you.
recognize spending 2 hrs right here searching for offers as well as coupons that wind up conserving you 10 dollars three.
hours there finding out just how to maximize your air miles must you secure that 3.5 fixed.
deposit rate now or wait till next week where possibly it may be 3.7 I mean it can be fun.
and afterwards it can also be a poor use of your time you can do it if you delight in the obstacle.
feel in one’s bones that so long as you obtain the large stuff right your retirement is most likely mosting likely to function.
out just great so don'' t sweat the tiny stuff huge things include stuff like keeping top.
of your overall General expenditures you recognize doing your taxes right keeping a balance then.
Diversified profile so as lengthy as you keep in addition to every one of that I think that'' s regarding 95 of.
the huge picture truly alternatively what I'' m also saying is that if you explode your retired life.
funds by for example trying to go large or go residence on crypto no amount of voucher cutting is.
gon na save you from needing to go back to a task so yeah that'' s my take on not sweating the little.
things we'' re all retire at some factor of Our Lives whether early or late willingly or involuntarily.
all of it come down to choice as well as progressed preparation simply what I'' ve personally observed is that if.
you eliminated all the noise and distraction in life what do you believe are the genuine money we.
genuinely traded the means I see it is four points it'' s cash time Young people as well as health and wellness just consider it.
everything we do throughout our entire lives is actually us trading one of these for the other an.
layoff is that a person anomaly where you are in a position to invest all four money at the same time.
concurrently which maximizes your experience of life an actually clear image of this is.
traveling you can take a trip in your 60s and also 70s sure that'' s what a lot of individuals will certainly finish up doing and it'' s. wonderful you understand you see these folks really delighting in seeing brand-new points being very satisfied but it'' s usually.
in the kind of like great deals of cruise ship journeys around the globe and that'' s cool also but they'' ll never ever. experience what it'' s like to try finding out to browse or sail and getting all salted and burnt and also.
muscle mass achy but happily tired oh they'' ll never ever attempt anything even more vigorous and adventurous.
like say backpacking your method via Europe you understand crushing in brand-new hostels satisfying crazy individuals.
from Iceland or anywhere and also doing ridiculous points with each other all of us have 2 lives the life that we.
presently live and the life we could possibly live so then which life would certainly you choose inform me in.
the remarks below and put on'' t tell me you wouldn'' t retire early due to the fact that you simply wouldn'' t actually understand. what to do that'' s just a cop-out solution since yeah well you'' re too lazy to do the legwork.
and also try brand-new stuff as well as comprehend yourself thanks for seeing as constantly talk.
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How we Retired at 40..💰7 tips to succeed for Early Retirement💰

Hey guys retired at 40 I’m going on a little road trip today just me and Murph and last week I reached a milestone on my channel and I hit a million views total and 10,000 subscribers in the same week since I’ve been getting requests for quite a long time about how I retired at 40 and I’m on a long road trip right now I figured what better time to share the story so without further ado here’s the retired at 40 story so before I get started I want to say that this is not in any way a brag story in fact I’m definitely not a showy type guy I enjoy very simple things in life and money to me is more of just a vehicle to be able to retire young and have my family live a comfortable and an easy life and to be able to enjoy lots of life experiences and be comfortable in life before I’m old and gray so really the journey began in about 2002 graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in marketing and business and by that point I have met my wife Kelly she had already graduated from school and she was kind of waiting for me and we wanted to move west out of the Midwest to move west see some new territory and get closer to the outdoors so I grabbed my degree ran out the door packed up my 1987 Ranger fully equipped with eight foot hay racks full of all of my personal belongings and we drove to Littleton Colorado and at this point in my life I had $200 in my pocket and Kelly had about the same so being completely naive and basically completely broke but with a degree I was on the search for the best suit and tie job that I could possibly find so I bounced around for a couple months just working some kind of halfway jobs and I quickly realized that I did not want to wear a suit and tie and I wanted nothing to do with the man and working a nine-to-five job well Kelly had found a job in a real estate office working the front desk and she had become friends with a couple of the big-time Realtors there one of which you caught wind that I had some handyman type skills but he made me a deal that if he paid cash for a house and I fixed it up that he would split the profit with us 50/50 and at this point in my life all I saw was dollar signs if I was completely blown away that there was someone that could pay cash for a house this is coming from a guy who had less than $200 in his pocket at this point it was pretty much scraping by I tried to hold back my excitement to him but naturally I said yes please let’s do that I was working the graveyard shift at Target stocking shelves I’d worked for 10 hours I would go home grab a little bit of breakfast and I’d head over to the property and work on it for another five or six hours I try and catch a few hours of sleep and then I would rinse and repeat it was at this point in my life that I learned a few different things one you really have to dig deep to reach your goals in life because I was not getting paid by the hour and at this point I didn’t know how much money I was gonna make I didn’t know if I would make $500 when this was all done or if I was going to make $5,000 when this is all done so I learned that a lot of things that can benefit you financially you have to put in the work upfront without knowing what your final outcome is going to be after about three months which seemed like an eternity of working seven days a week for sometimes 15 sometimes 20 hours a day on this house the house was ready to go on the market and it was all finished it looked great and then before you knew it it’s sold and then the house closed and at this point I still didn’t know what we were gonna make off it but for me it didn’t matter the hard part was done I didn’t have any of my own money into it I just had my time basically so the guy we were doing the investment with hands me an envelope and I opened it up and at $8,000 being twenty-two years old and having $8,000 I might as well have hit the lottery and that brings me to my second valuable lesson that I learned and that is being responsible with money so when you have $8,000 and you’re 22 years old a lot of people would go buy a new car they’d go buy some flashy things some pretty things but to me I had realized that if I can make $8,000 once I can make $8,000 again and again and again and again so I can either go p*&% the $8,000 away that I had worked my a#* off for or I can take that $8,000 and do exactly what he did but do it myself and potentially make twice or three times as much money so my wife being in a real estate office we became acquainted with quite a few smart people financially smart people we learned a lot about real estate very quickly because we were willing to learn which is my next valuable life lesson is that you never stop learning so we took our $8,000 we put a small down payment on a condo in Littleton because we realized that giving someone else our money was you might as well be throwing it away we wanted to be working towards something and it own something on our own so we took our other four or five thousand dollars and we started our search for a real estate investment that we could do all of our all on her own and get a hundred percent of the profits so after some searching we did find a place we found a small town home it was not in as nice of area as we were living it was smaller it needed lots of work but that takes us to our next light life lesson that we learned and that is to sacrifice for a greater payoff in the future so we had only lived in our condo for a very short time but we realized that if we moved into the real estate investment that we could rent out the place that we are living at and move into the place that we were fixing up that we’d have to be paying a mortgage on anyway we had our first real estate investment and we had our first rental so being 22 years old and owning two properties and carrying two mortgages and at this point I’m still working at Target was a pretty scary proposition in life but all I could see was that $8,000 check they had started to change our lives I also want to point out and kind of give a shout-out to my parents and to my wife’s parents because neither one of our parents ever handed us anything in life they always made us work for what we achieved in fact when we move we tried to convince my parents to co-sign on our mortgage for the condo that we bought and they said no way at the time I was very very mad at them and I thought I would never forgive them in hindsight it was one of the best things they’ve ever done for me because it just made me have that fire in my belly and really just want to work to get what I wanted so back to having two mortgages that was a completely scary thing in my life I was making something like 10 dollars an hour at Target I think Kelly was making $13 an hour at the real estate office she was working at we could barely afford the condo we had but now he had two.

God bless the banks lending money to anyone at that point on the very plus side of that we learned that someone else can pay our mortgage and we’re basically getting that money for free and then later we figured out that there are many many many tax benefits and huge benefits of owning a rental property so we quickly learned that trying to pay for materials and the things needed to fix up an investment property on just barely over minimum wage is not easy to do the thing that happened next couldn’t have come at a more perfect time so all of a sudden I had money to spend to fix up this house and it would just get me to that next big paycheck that much quicker so that’s what we did we fixed up the house we doubled our money we rolled it into the next one so we kept bouncing from house to house quite a few times and that sacrifice of from going from a nice house to live in to going to a crappy house to live in to fix up to making it nice again to going to another crappy house to fix up it became pretty stressful but we always had our eyes on the prize “are you still with me Murph?” after doing this two or three times I remember getting a check for the last one and the check was forty one thousand dollars so at that point it didn’t make sense to work at Target anymore so I just started doing it full-time but we never took the big proceeds from the real estate and put it into our actual living we always rolled it into the next property and that kind of gave us the baseline of even how we live today we always live well below our means we take the money that we make and we put it into things that will make us an income not into something that will lose us money but you do have to treat yourself every once in a while otherwise there’s no reason to make the money in the first place Kelly saw many of the high producing Realtors making large amounts of money so she decided to get a real estate license and she created her own real estate business so now we really felt like we had the world by the balls because we were getting paid a commission to buy the property and then we were saving half of the Commission when we sold the property and I was fixing him up so we just get rolling our profits in rolling our profits in rolling our profits in until family we were able to buy a house and now that we could get a house we were playing with the big boys the profits were much larger but so was the risk and we really didn’t want to lose all the way it worked for for the last couple of years so we did a few houses and we made some great money but instead of selling them and pulling out our profits we kept them as rentals and it was at this point that we really started building up our rental inventory at this point it was about 2006 or 2007 and real estate was starting to slow down a little bit but we have purchased a large house I’m a courage that was really a big risk for us it was a large house to fix up it was our biggest project for sure it took us the most money to fix it up and we had the most money into it so we lived in this house for about 8 months while we were fixing it up and we kind of decided after doing about 12 properties that the moving all the time was starting to get kind of old and we were kind of getting older ourselves and we decided that we wanted to have kids and kind of settle down a little bit Murph are you with me? sometimes I feel like I’m just talking to myself so after the eight months was up we finished the house we sold it and shortly after the real estate market completely crashed the bubble had burst and Colorado was one of the hardest hit States we got out of the house just in the nick of time and not only did the real-estate market bubble burst we found out that we couldn’t have kids and it seemed like a real low point in our lives but around 2007 when all this happened we realized our next lesson with every negative there is a big positive that can be gained from it and you can just use it as fuel for your fire so the recession was tough we thought our great life had come to an end we thought we were gonna have to get regular jobs you know people were losing their jobs left and right people were losing their houses Colorado was hit very very hard one of the worst states during the recession and we learned that what goes up must come down and in this case it came down hard in many cases not just real estate when things are bad that’s the time to invest and if you’re smart with your money and you’ve been saving while everyone else spending that’s the time to benefit though from about 2008 to 2012 we were buying rentals so we were able to adapt I started doing contracting because that’s pretty much what I was doing before but now I had to be doing work for someone else and Kelly’s always been a mover and a shaker and even a bad real estate market she was able to keep her business moving we were buying things for pennies on a dollar and even though we were not making great money and in some cases losing a little bit of money on rentals we were able to stick it out and after lots of lots of years of lots of lots of heartache and lots of lots of doctors we were able to have two boys so about 2014/2015 real estate started creeping back up again prices kept going through the roof and just when he thought it was the peak they just kept going up stuff was flying off the shelves you could list a house and it would have multiple offers within 24 hours so we had about age 35 we were completely debt-free we had several rentals that we were cash flowing we didn’t owe any money on the rentals so all that money was just rolling into a bank account when you have no bills and you have an income coming in your net worth starts to grow very quickly so we rode out the storm Kelly’s business was doing great my contracting business was doing great we have liquidated a lot of our real estate in Colorado we had capital to play with we had two beautiful young boys and then I fell to my knees crying like a little baby I had herniated a disc in my back and I was on a walker for about a month contracting for me was out of the question I didn’t even want to think about picking something up so I took some time off and I raised our kids which at first I thought would just be for a few months and then a year passed and then another year passed and I decided that I kind of liked it we had rental income coming in Kelley’s business was doing better than it had ever been in fact she had started her own she had several people working for her and just as a little side income I got to do what I love to do which is antiques I was just buying and selling antiques so we were trying to be very strategic at this point because we owned a fair amount of property in Colorado but we knew that our ultimate goal was to retire at 40 and at the rate things were going up we didn’t want to sell too early because we didn’t want to miss out on that upside but we didn’t want to sell too late because we didn’t want to risk the chance of taking a step back so as some regret we sold the majority of our properties in around 2017 but this was a game-changer because we were able to make cash for every rental that we purchased so we loaded up on rentals in Iowa we actually purchased our property that we’re going to move into which is actually where I’m headed now and that kind of brings us up to speed to current date I take care of our 10 rentals which keep which keeps me pretty busy just in itself i buy and sell antiques i get to see my kids all the time we have a good rental income coming in now we do youtube oh yeah we also do a couple fix and flips every year Kelly has her real estate team with about 10 employees and in June of 2020 we’re going to retire at 40 so all in all life is great I have a wonderful family I have enough assets and passive income to live a comfortable life

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