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Jacob Lund Fisker

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There's an old story about how an old man wandered the beach observing a young boy throwing stranded starfish back into the sea. The old man wondered why bother since the young boy couldn't possible save every starfish. The young boy bent down and threw another starfish back into the ocean and replied: "At least it mattered to this one". ...more

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“For instance, why do we still work eight hours a day, 50 weeks a year, when we're twice as productive as we were 50 years ago?”
Jacob Lund Fisker, Early Retirement Extreme: A philosophical and practical guide to financial independence

“The question you need to answer is what you want to do with your life given that you don't have the time to do everything? Do you want to spend most of your life paying off the interest of a 30-year mortgage and working so you can fill increasingly bigger houses with increasingly more stuff while being stuck in your daily commute in increasingly nicer cars? Or are you prepared to give up the stuff so that you can do whatever you want, whenever, and wherever, within reason? What will your legacy be--what you owned or who you were?”
Jacob Lund Fisker, Early Retirement Extreme: A philosophical and practical guide to financial independence

“To paraphrase Einstein, you can't solve your problems with the same mindset that created them.”
Jacob Lund Fisker, Early Retirement Extreme: A philosophical and practical guide to financial independence




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Jacob Carol wrote: "Can't wait to read your review on Seeds of Deception!"

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Carol Schultz Can't wait to read your review on Seeds of Deception!


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