Kristy and Bryce are Canada’s youngest retirees. They used to live in one of the most expensive cities in Canada, but instead of drowning in debt, they rejected home ownership. And what resulted was a 7-figure portfolio, which has allowed them to retire in their 30s and travel the world.
Their story has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, Huffington Post, amongst many other publications. They’ve written a book on FIRE called Quit Like a Millionaire and it’s out this month.
Fear can hold us back from stepping out, leaning in or stepping up to the challenges that inspire us and ultimately becoming the person we’re meant to be.
How can we overcome our fears and embrace the obstacles that stand in our way?
Ruth Soukup is going to help us answer that question today.
She’s a 5 time-Best Selling Author who is dedicated to helping women overcome their fear and create a life they love. Her practical advice and resources have been featured in numerous publications and news programs, including Time, Entrepreneur and Fox News.
For our Family FI segment this month, we’re talking about achieving financial independence with kids. A lot of people out there think that you have to choose one or the other. “You can’t have financial independence if you want to have kids” or “you can’t have kids if you want to have financial independence”.
My guest today completely disagrees with that sentiment because he’s walking, talking proof that you CAN have both.
Jim White from Route to Retire is my guest today. He’s a father, husband and recently he left his 9-5 job after becoming a millionaire and reaching financial independence at the age of 43.
Investing in real estate can feel intimidating when you’re just getting started. You hear stories of people who’ve amassed their wealth by investing in dozens or hundreds of rental properties. The prospect of owning so many properties can feel more stressful than hopeful.
Our guest today, Doc G, shares why we don’t need countless rentals to feel financially comfortable. As a physician, he’s been able to invest his day job income in just a few rentals that provide his family with consistent cash flow.
The moment we discover there are income streams to be had outside of our full-time employment, that’s when we truly can skyrocket our net worth. That is the exact time when Justin Weinger from So Over This started to grow his family’s wealth.
At 38 years old, Justin has amassed a net worth of around $2 million.
Let’s find out how his side hustles and small business development helped him to get there!
A major step in becoming a young millionaire is tracking your net worth. On the other hand, wealth building is not all about the numbers.
Our guest today, Adam from Minafi, sees wealth building as a way to travel, explore the world and create lifelong memories with his wife. By securing solid financial footing in his 30’s, Adam has been able to realize those dreams early in his life.
Young millionaire status and financial independence can both be attained by building up your passive income through real estate and lowering your cost of living. That’s what has worked well for the blogger known as the Financial Gladiator!
By investing early and growing his portfolio, the Financial Gladiator achieved financial independence in his early 30’s and now enjoys life traveling the globe as a scuba instructor. Now, that’s the life!
When you’re free to openly plan your day and your future, a whole new world starts to open up to you. What once wasn’t clear … is now clear.
That’s how the young millionaire Trip Seibold from Financially Possible described it to me in today’s interview. As a financially independent 30-something millionaire, Trip has the ability to spend quality time with his family and pursue his dreams.
Let’s learn more about his path, his new motivations and how his family is at the center of all of it.