Sunday is for Sharing is a weekly roundup of my favorite articles, videos, and podcasts I read, viewed, and listened to over the past week.
This week features an interview with one man who says you should “retire” before you hit your F.I. number, an article on why one entrepreneur thinks we should “bury” our obsession with hustle, and much more. Enjoy!
My Favorite Video
“The one minute tale of a survivalist.
When the siren rings in the distance, a family has to get inside the shelter… Nothing will ever be the same again.”
My Favorite Articles
“You want to be more productive? That’s great. First, of course, figure out what you’re actually trying to be productive at, and whether that’s something truly worth doing well.”
“Miserable high income earners in expensive cities become even more miserable.”
via The First Habit
“So here’s the trick. Bennett points out something very insightful. He challenges you to stop thinking that the work hours from 8 to 5 are “the day” and that the hours before and after are “nothing but a prologue and epilogue.”
via Millennial Money
“When it comes to investing, time is your biggest asset. The more time invested, the more your savings will grow.”
via Coach Carson
“That’s the beauty of traveling. You never return home the same. And that’s a good thing.”
My Favorite Podcast
A wonderful interview with entrepreneur Chris Hutchins on why you may want to “retire” before hitting your F.I. number. This is a timely podcast because it hits on all the points I have been making recently about how you can leave your day job even sooner by incorporating some type of work into your life after “retiring.”
That’s all for this week, thanks for reading 🙂
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