Set for Life: Dominate Life, Money, and the American Dream by Scott TrenchThere are certain aspects of the book I found most valuable:. I probably botched this quote from the book but the point is the same. So I already said it above, so you probably figured out the answer. At minimum, everyone who is eager to build their own financial empire to support whatever lifestyle they hope to live. I know…. If you want to check out that review, its right here.
Book Review: Set For Life by Scott Trench
Set for Life is not a book for the casual dreamer. If you are determined to retire early and willing to sacrifice to get there, this may be the book for you! However, the author of Set for Life , Scott Trench from BiggerPockets, is very clear that this book is not for everyone. This book is for a very specific subset of people, he writes specifically for them, and he does a great job of communicating those ideas for the right people. If successful, within a few years, they can be financial free. Free of debt. Free of traditional employment.
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Are you tied to a nine-to-five workweek? Would you like to "retire" from wage-paying work within ten years? Building wealth is always possible, even while working full-time, earning a median income, and making up for a negative net worth. By layering philosophy with practical knowledge, Set for Life gives young professionals the fiscal confidence they need to conquer financial goals early in life. Accumulating a lifetime of wealth in a short period of time involves working harder and smarter than the average person, and Set for Life demonstrates how to do just that--from zero savings to five figures, then to six figures, and finally to the ultimate goal of financial freedom.
Set for Life , written by year-old financially independent Scott Trench, contains more than pages of detailed, step-by-step instructions to achieve financial freedom. This is perfect for readers who enjoyed "The Four Hour Workweek", but found Ferris' approach too aspirational. This book provides realistic steps that anyone can take to feel more confident about their financial future, and provides a nice north star for those interested in saving for something better. Best book on early financial freedom I've read in a decade. I've read all of Kiyosaki's books and Dave Ramsey's as well. This is a perfect blend of the two philosophies.