We all know it’s a good idea to start saving money when we’re young, but in what other ways should we be making the most of our youth? Robert Farrington answers this question as he explores this concept of ‘front loading’ our lives and encourages young people to capitalize on the energy, capacity, and ability to risk-take when we’re younger in order to experience greater financial freedoms and benefits later in life.
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We enjoyed getting to know Robert and hearing more about this concept of ‘front-loading’ – here are a few of our favorite questions:
- What is front loading your life and why is it so awesome?
- What are some things we should be doing to front load?
- How do you find the balance between working hard now and living in this season you’ll never get back?
- What would you say to the person with a tight income and not a lot of time, what’s the most important thing to prioritize?
BILL OF THE WEEK – Thank you Robert for coming prepared and sharing your favorite bill with us!
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Let’s TalkPassive Income!
- Robert – What is passive income?
- What are your favorite ways to make it?
- What pitfalls we should avoid?
Check out more from Robert at The College Investor!
Frugal Friends Book Club
It’s August and we’re reading The Simple Path to Wealth by J.L. Collins for book club!
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See ya next week!