567-Accidental Retirees (pt 2 of 2): Small Businesses that Allow Full-Time Travel and Internet Connectivity on the Road

In Part 1 of this interview (Episode 566), you met Scott & Susan, a couple who accidentally retired in their 30s and has spent the last two decades traveling the world in a sailboat and the US in a motorhome.

In today's episode, we discuss Scott's small business, Techie 4 Hire. If you have any interest in developing a location-independent business, pay attention to Scott's story of his own business. Also pay attention to some of the other types of businesses mentioned in this interview.

Finally, we discuss a bit of the technology of mobile internet connectivity. For many of us, our ability to reliably connect to the internet from the road can open up a location-independent lifestyle.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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566-This Couple Accidentally Retired Early, Sailed Around the World for 10 Years, and RVed Around the USA for 10 More Years - Interview with Scott & Susan, Techie4Hire (pt 1 of 2)

On today's show, I bring you an interview with Scott and Susan. I think of them as "accidental early retirees."

About two decades ago they bought a sailboat, intending to travel for a year. They wound up spending a decade sailing the world together. And then for the last decade, they've traveled all around the USA, living full-time in their RV.

In Part 1 of this interview we discuss their story--the plan, the money, and the lifestyle.

In Part 2 of this interview we will discuss Scott's small business and the technology that they use that keeps them on the road full-time.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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546-Q&A: How to Increase Profit from a Consulting Business, How to Build an Advice Business, How to Maximize Revenue from a Construction Company, How to Transition Careers

Today we do live Q&A on career-related questions. Listen to the show and, if you think I give decent advice, sign up for my new Career & Income course here: http://www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/increaseincomeBuy now if you want the best deal! (Price goes up by $100 on Wednesday, May 16!)

Topics include:

  • How to Increase Profit from a Consulting Business
  • How to Build an Advice Business
  • How to Maximize Revenue from a Construction Company
  • How to Transition Careers

Joshua

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544-How Much Money Do You Need to Earn To Live the Good Life?

On today's show, I talk to you about your income goals. Specifically, I lay out some sample budgets given various incomes and discuss with you the specific amount of income I believe you should target.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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543-How to Save More Money Without Hurting Your Lifestyle

Many people think that saving more money is going to mean they have to live like a pauper. But it doesn't have to be like that. There is another way...a way to save more money and live a fancier lifestyle at the same time!

Joshua

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539-Friday Q&A: Should I Use an HSA Account to Pay for Medical Expenses, What Tools Will Help Me Find a New Career, Should I Participate in My Company's Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Program?

It's Friday! Today we discuss:

  • Should I use an HSA account to pay for my medical expenses?
  • What tools can I use to figure out a new career after unexpectedly coming back from foreign missions?
  • Should I participate in my companies Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation program?

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Joshua

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476-Pathways to Financial Freedom (in 10 years or less): Expediter Trucking (and other live-on-the-job opportunities)

Yesterday I was watching the solar eclipse (up north in the 100% band) and I happened to have breakfast with an expediter.

Not sure what that is?

Basically, a truck driver who drives a van. (More in the audio show.)

As we ate, I tried to lay out a few paths on how he could become financially free based on his current work.

And, I promised him a show on the topic.

So, you get to listen in as I tell him--and you--how any normal person can use a live-on-the-job opportunity as a trampoline to bounce them into the upper tiers of financial abundance.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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475-Friday Q&A: Should I ReFi My CC Debt with a HELOC, Does Passion for a Job Come After You Have Experience, Should I Dump The Military Survivor Benefit Plan in Favor of a Whole Life Policy?

Time for Friday Q&A! If you'd like to join for a future show, sign up here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/patron

Today, we cover:

  • 2:00 Should I refinance my credit card debt by moving it to a HELOC?
  • 34:10 Do you have passion for a job before the fact or do you become passionate about it after you're good at it?
  • 42:30 Should I drop the military's Survivor Benefit Plan for my pension in favor of buying a 10-year whole life insurance policy?

Enjoy!

Joshua

 

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474-The Interplay of Human & Financial Capital, Wages & Profits, Rents and Business

As I celebrate the opening of the registration page for the beta launch of the new Radical Personal Finance Guide to Career & Income Planning, I intend to share with you a few simple lessons related to career and income.

Today, we begin with the philosophical fundamentals: the interplay of human capital and financial capital. We all start with what we have (human capital) and use it to create financial capital, which we ultimately work to have in surplus. Once we have surplus, we get to decide what to do with it.

Enjoy!

Joshua

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  • If you're interested in joining the beta launch of my new Guide to Career and Income Planning, I've got 65 seats left. Registration closes either on 8/20 or when I sell out the seats, whichever comes first. More details here: www.radicalpersonalfinance.com/career
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