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How many high school graduates go on to really use trigonometry and calculus? Maybe we should teach statistics (or economics) instead.
Get outside… but be careful. I remember one morning in the Sierra – the kids were waking up in their tent and Kate was still sound asleep. I figured I’d let her sleep and entertain the kids with a short morning hike. We got lost. The help of friendly strangers saw us home safe.
Quick read: For happiness –> minimize regrets. “Do the work. Take the chance. Do the right thing. Reach out. And ignore the rest.”
Wealth statistics are getting more and more granular. It isn’t CEOs with big pay packages that make up the majority of the 1% or 0.1%; it is owners/partners of professional firms (consultants, lawyers, CPAs) and medical offices (doctors & dentists). From UC Berkeley.
In case you missed our virtual Pandemic Tour Events (tours of Angkor Wat in Thailand and Machu Picchu in Peru). This is an equally amazing tour of an Egyptian Pyramid.
Whatever your age, if you seek financial independence, then there are three things you need:
1. Your independence number
2. A resilient “all-weather” portfolio – what we call a Mindful Portfolio
3. A responsive withdrawal process – what we call Mindful Management
If you are not clear about any of these items, I hope you will join us for our Financial Independence Bootcamp where we will answer each of these questions together.
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