Book: Building Wealth And Being Happy - A Practical Guide To Financial Independence (Investing, Lifestyle, And Retirement Concepts Book 1) by Graeme Falcocategories: Book, Personal Finance, Early Retirement, Investing, Frugal, Anti-Consumerism, Retirement Planning, Finance for Millenials, Personal Success, How To Save, Budgeting, Stocks Bonds Gold, Financial Independence
Graeme Falcoabout this book: Financial independence is sweeping the nation.
This is the concept at the crux of anti hyper-consumerism, DIY investing, and smart personal finance. Across the country, young people are doing radical things to improve their finances. They are biking to work, renting instead of buying a house, and bring their lunch to work. For many, this is a necessary step. The margin of error for young people these days is simply much smaller than it used to be. We can't afford to repeat the financial mistakes made by our parents.
This book is not a get rich quick scheme. It is a get rich very slowly concept that takes a lot of time, dedication, and out of the box thinking. This is personal finance for the 21st century. And it's free on Friday December 2 and Saturday December 3!
Cheers - Graeme
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