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September 22, 2018, 09:17:19 AM
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Well i been reading about this and i also attend a talk about retire early before 40s. Live is all about choices and if you do good at all choices in your life i think it would completly possible and investment is crucial in your future financial.

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September 22, 2018, 09:20:42 AM
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Retiring early is a myth and stupidity.Somebody so successful in early life will try to achieve new goals and hieght. They are not going to sit idle after achieving current goals( this is the very first reason they become successful).
You are actually missing the point here. Firstly, there are certain things you can easily do in your early years in life that when you reach a certain stage will be difficult to achieve which is why trying to make those things achievable quickly is usually a good way to start than trying to achieve those things when your bones, mental alertness, and so many other things are struggling with little strength to drive them.

It is certainly not about being idle, it is just about saving up and investing in things that would give you time in the long run but that certainly depends on how smart you want to be anyway.

People continue to think along this way because they likely don't see how it is possible to live and let others live without working for a boss or being a boss themselves. In this way, they come to think that when people retire, early or otherwise, they literally retire from any purposeful activity while it just means doing what you like most of all in your life.

Naturally, working for a boss doesn't belong here, so we come to an idea of early retirement. Perhaps, this is an incorrect usage, a misnomer of sorts, but for the lack of a better term, we use it.
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