Finances is such a huge component of living your life to the fullest. But in my experience, it’s often one of the most overlooked. Not because men don’t believe it’s not important but because it’s often complex and challenging to get your money to work for you.
One of the most commonly asked questions I get is, “What book would you recommend for personal finances?” Although there’s a ton to choose from, there hasn’t been one that I consistently feel good about recommending. That is until now. My friend, Deacon Hayes, the author of You Can Retire Early joins me to talk about developing a personal financial plan, how to sift through all the financial noise, three investment vehicles to consider (including a quick conversation on Cryptocurrency), and how you too can retire early.
“Retirement is about having the financial resources to do what you want when you want to.” Tweet That— Deacon Hayes
Today, my guest is personal finance blogger and author Deacon Hayes. I actually met Deacon years ago when I launched my first podcast many of you don’t even know about.
We’ve since had the opportunity to talk about blogging, podcasting, and of course money (which is something we’re both passionate about).
Deacon has been featured in Yahoo Finance, US News, Investopedia, CNN Money, and many more and has recently wrote a book, You Can Retire Early.
You’re going to hear in this conversation why Deacon is well-qualified to talk about money and finances and learn through his approach that the financial conversations and planning needed aren’t really as complex as many institutions would have you believe. Get the note pads and your dusty old financial plans out and learn how you can retire early.
“Financial independence is about unlocking the ability to focus on doing what you love and make money in the process.” Tweet That— Deacon Hayes
- What is “retirement” and how is it changing
- The importance of finding your why
- Knowing the right time to retire
- How to develop a personalized plan
- When and if to hire a financial advisor
- Three must-avoid pitfalls of financial planning
- Software available to help you build wealth
- Why Cryptocurrency should fall into your plan
- How to sift through all the noise
- The most effective way to pay off debt
- Three investment categories you should invest in
- The power of the right environment
- How to deal with financial setbacks
- Commonly held financial myths
“I wouldn’t be where I am if it weren’t for other people pouring time, money, and resources into my success.” Tweet That— Deacon Hayes
You Can Retire Early
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“It’s not the money, it’s how can I serve others with my gifts, talents, and abilities.” Tweet That— Deacon Hayes
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“We’re not looking to live on shoe string budget the rest of our lives. We’re looking to set ourselves up to have choices and freedom.” Tweet That— Deacon Hayes