What Does It Take to Emotionally Succeed as an Entrepreneur? Here’s What I’ve Learned, One Year After Quitting My Job and Taking the Leap of Faith

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[We recently experienced a complete data loss on Invest It Wisely, wiping out our posts and recent comments; we apologize if your comment was lost, and also for the multiple reposts! Thankfully, Code Garage and WP-DBManager saved our butts and we were able to recover data from February 1st. If you run a WordPress site… [Read More]

How Hard is It to Become a Freelancer?

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Do you find that the world is becoming a little bit more entrepreneurial, these days?  I started out on this journey at the end of February, and I’ve been loving it. However, I’m not the only one freelancing; I’m very lucky to now know two friends in person whom have made the leap, one of them being… [Read More]

Living to 100 and Beyond: Building an Infinite Portfolio

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This is the fourth and final post in a series of articles on living to 100 and beyond. This post was originally published on June 12, 2010. Traditional retirement planning is made with one main assumption in mind: after you retire, you will only live a couple of decades at most, and you will be… [Read More]

Living to 100 and Beyond: The Changes Ahead

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This is the second in a series of articles on living to 100 and beyond. This post was originally published on May 26, 2010. Living to 100 and beyond… is it a dream, or is it something we can achieve in our lifetimes? Last week, I introduced the concept of living to 100 and beyond,… [Read More]

Living to 100 and Beyond: How Will It Affect Your Retirement Plans?

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This is the first in a series of articles on living to 100 and beyond. This post was originally published on May 17, 2010. Ever since time immemorial, humans have been born, they age, and one day, they die. Each of us is blessed with only a few short decades of youth; it’s all downhill… [Read More]