Category Archives for Freedom in 50s

The Next Phase (Part 2): Time to Hit the Road

I’ve moved into a new phase of my life. I’m ready to give up the house and create a different life for myself. The RV lifestyle may be just the ticket!

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Fired! 18-month Net Worth Report

Here’s my net worth report, 18 months after losing my job and becoming an entrepreneur. Despite zero income, I’m doing okay and optimistic about the future.

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How to Become a Financial Coach (Part 2)

The second part of becoming a financial coach is setting up the back office. Main activities include using scheduling software and establishing processes.

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The Next Phase (Part 1): More Questions than Answers

I’ve reached a new phase of my life. I’m ready to make a big move but I’m not sure where I’ll go. I have more questions than answers at this point.

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My Five Journeys Have Become One Journey

The quest for financial independence has extinguished other aspects of my life. Now I’m ready for a change, but I’m not sure what that looks like.

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Fired…15 Month Net Worth Report

Fifteen months after being fired, and still having no income, my net worth chalked in at its highest peak. I’m still in good financial shape.

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Want to read about the $10,000 Candlestick?

What three things do you need before you leave the workforce? Read my guest post to find out … and learn about my $10,000 candlestick!

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The Luck of Being Fired in a Bull Economy

Here’s my 14-month without an income report. I’ve been lucky!

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10 Dirty Secrets that the Experts don’t Share about Course Creation

Course creation is promoted as an easy ticket to riches. But what’s the truth? Learn about the 10 dirty secrets the “experts” aren’t telling you.

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Getting a Taste of Freedom: Bavaria Adventure

A week in Bavaria was a good reminder of why I am chasing financial freedom.

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Did I Just Waste a Year of my Life?

I spent a year creating the Early Exit Academy to help people reach financial independence. But my first launch was a big failure. Did I waste my time?

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Fired! One Year Later

It’s the one-year anniversary of the day I was fired. And what a year it’s been!

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