Will You Redesign Your Life When You Have Financial Independence?

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Welcome to the 150th edition of the Inkosi Wealth Scoop!

In this episode, we’ll dive deep into why you need to start thinking about who you want to be and what impact you want to have on the world so your financial independence will be more fulfilling once you achieve it. 

We cover:

  • A Client Case Study
  • Would You Quit Work if You Could?
  • The Illusion of What Really Matters
  • The Gradual Path to Financial Independence

If you’re an investor or a business owner who wants to gain some insights on how to design a more meaningful life, then make sure to listen to this episode! 

Show Notes:

00:00 Intro

01:57 Client Case Study #1

04:47 The Myth of Wanting Financial Independence

06:06 Would You Quit Work if You Could?

07:01 The Illusion of What Really Matters

08:28 The Gradual Path to Financial Independence

13:06 Final Thoughts

Are you really prepared to redesign your life when you have financial independence?  

Surprisingly, the answer for most is no.  

You may be here because you want to achieve financial independence, but our topic today is relevant regardless of your journey. 

Before we begin, please note that when I say “financial independence,” it doesn’t necessarily mean retirement. 

Financial independence is about having the freedom to choose how you want to live, whether that means continuing to work, pursuing a passion project, or finding a new purpose altogether. 

There are two parts to the question here.  

The first part is, “Does wealth actually bring you the happiness and freedom you crave?”  

And the second part is, “When financial independence is within reach, do we justify kicking the can down the road for reasons we don’t even consciously know?” 

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