[Guest Post] Unconventional Finance – Part 2

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Today’s post is from a returning guest writer. Sean found GYFG and left his first comment back in October of 2015 and has been a loyal reader ever since. After several months of back and forth in the comments of various posts on this blog, we realized that we had a lot in common with respect to age, upbringing, financial aspirations, etc. We also found that we do things differently in terms of our approach to wealth building. After several private email exchanges back and forth I convinced Sean to write his first guest post to share his unconventional path.  We also entered into a friendly wager to see who will make it to a $1M net worth first. To …

Income Report

July 2018 – Detailed Financial Report #43 – Net Worth $850,450 | Income $50,327

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Here we are again! In last months report, I shared that I was fighting a case of burnout from pushing too hard for too long. This isn’t a new phenomenon, in fact, this is something I personally cycle through a few times a year. These periods of burnout usually rear their heads mid-year and year-end…hence my annual 7-10 day planned vacations in both August and January. As I write this we are 22 days out from starting our ten day trip in Maui. This trip’s gravitational pull is getting stronger the closer we get to it. And the closer we get, the better I feel. In the meantime, I have had to rely on discipline to get me through the …

[Guest Post] Top 4 Reasons Online CRE Investing Might be Right for You

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Have you noticed? The real estate crowdfunding space has been blowing up. There are now hundreds if not thousands of these platforms out there. Where do you start? How do you know if this type of investment is right for you? Those are fantastic questions and exactly what this guest post from the CrowdStreet team is going to try and answer. This is not a sponsored post but I have recently formed an affiliate relationship with them. I chose to partner with CrowdStreet due to an alignment of investment values. Their filtering process is tight and only allows 3% of all deals reviewed to make it onto the platform for investment. This aligns very well with my preference of viewing …

What if money was no object?

What If Money Were No Object? [Part Two]

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“Better to have a short life that is full of what you like doing than a long life spent in a miserable way” – Alan Watts In part one of this series, I pondered the thought-provoking question offered by Alan Watts: what if money were no object? Alan dove even deeper by asking the following: What would you like to do if money were no object? How would you really enjoy spending your life? What makes you itch? What sort of a situation would you like? What do you desire? I’ve been pondering these questions for several months now. In Part One, I promised to share more with you about what life will look like for the GYFG family when money is no object. I also …