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092R | It’s Not The Idea, It’s The Process

Plans for ChooseFI to support education, the value of a life resume, travel rewards tips for active duty military, and hurricane preparation.

  • Hurricane preparations in Richmond, Va.
  • Alarmist or appropriately prepared?
  • ChooseFI community offering to help people flee the hurricane zone.
  • Wendy, a local-group admin, coincidentally stayed in an AirBnB owned by another local-group admin in Tuscon, Ariz.
  • What are indicators that someone might be receptive to conversation about financial independence?
  • How has Jonathan expanded the topics that he can find in common with other people?
  • How do Brad & Laura keep their children excited about school?
  • Miriam from the ChooseFI Educator’s group & who writes at Millionaire Millennial shares why teachers should create a Donor’s Choose account to raise funding for classroom projects.
  • How can Brad’s family help their children’s teachers improve the classroom experience?
  • Dani, Rob and Miriam are working on a curriculum to teach about financial independence.
  • What is the future of the ChooseFI Foundation?
  • What is the process for starting a foundation?
  • Brad and Jonathan were excited to hear about how Will Boland, from Monday’s episode, explored the process of becoming an entrepreneur. Listen to the full episode with Will Boland here.
  • Is there value to writing a business plan?
  • When creating a business, find a real problem. Then you can solve it.
  • If you wait until it’s perfect, it’s too late.
  • It’s ok to get better as you go.
  • What is the value of a “life resume”?
  • Is building a life by design the same as being in a position to retire early?
  • Voicemail from Military Dollar with tips about travel rewards for active duty military.
  • Message from Steve from Develop Good Habits shares Brad’s appreciation of Todoist, to help manage reoccurring tasks.
  • What does ChooseFI want to hear in voicemails from the community, and how can someone leave a message?

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