Here's Journal Club 10/1/21! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- What comes to your mind when you hear someone say they’ve quit their corporate job to travel the world for a year? How did they do this, or perhaps how long did they plan for this, right? Well, the author of Learn Hustle Grow didn’t have this on their agenda until a year ago, yet they managed to get their finances in order, to make this happen. Curious to learn more? Check out this article – How Do We Do It?
- We’re all guilty of putting our lives on autopilot at some point or another. It could be forgetting about the littlest of things to more serious decisions in life. The author of The Fioneers shares a similar experience and how that story led to a bigger realization in the article – Get Your Life Off Autopilot.
- Speaking of putting life on autopilot, sometimes our actions might not reflect the best of intentions. A silly mistake or an oversight could turn into a potentially expensive mistake. The author of Financially Alert shares a story where he almost left his heir out of his inheritance. Interested in reading how that happened? You can find the full story here – How I Accidentally Wrote My Son Out of His Inheritance.
- Financial freedom or early retirement may sound tempting to those who are still working toward that goal. And while most people highlight the apparent merits of retiring early, the author of Retire By 40 discusses a major downside to early retirement. If you’re wondering, what could that be? The answer to which you’ll find in the article – The Biggest Problem With Early Retirement.
That's all for this week! I hope this week's journal club was helpful.
Read anything interesting this week? Feel free to share it in the comments below!
Thank you for reading and sharing!
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