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How To Travel The World And Retire In Ten Years

Young people are constantly told their life must follow a certain path.

You study hard at school to get into a good university. You maybe take a ‘gap year’ as a last nod to freedom. One day, you knuckle down to pursue the ‘real world’ purpose of forging a career. At some point, you start to think about your financial future. You scrimp, sacrifice and save for a home deposit, so that you can get on that “all important” property ladder.

Some of us ignore the implicit societal or familial pressures, managing to keep the good times going a little longer. But we are still aware of the growing feeling we are eventually supposed to buckle down and focus on the future. The demarcation line where an interesting and exciting life stops and a life of responsibility begins feels like a weighty, tangible thing.

But this artificial line in the sand is a lie. As many a midlife crisis sufferer will testify, the sacrifices of today are not necessarily made up for tomorrow. Enjoying life and pursuing your dreams or planning for the future are not two mutually exclusive things. Why focus on this imaginary duality?

What if I told you, that right now, you could enjoy your life and still create wealth for the future?

As a former financial planner, I would often ask clients to tell me their wildest dreams. At first, most were reluctant, a little embarrassed, intuitively knowing that what they really wanted would sound fanciful compared to their actual situation. But, with a little coaxing, most would at least let you in on some aspects of what they would consider their ‘dream lifestyle.’

The funny thing was that most of these dreams were not as impossible as the client believed. Indeed, they were very possible but required three things from the client. Belief, lateral thinking and a commitment to overcoming obstacles - both mental and real.

And this brings us back to the subject of this post. It sounds ridiculous at first. Travel the world and retire in ten years? Who on earth do we know who has done that? But it’s possible if we chuck out old ways of thinking and old systems of finance. I think Steve Jobs put it pretty awesomely:

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.
Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.
Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice.
And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
They somehow already know what you truly want to become.
Everything else is secondary.”

How about you? What if you could live in Chiang Mai for six months, travel around South East Asia, make Shanghai your base and explore China for one year, before roaming through Africa and experiencing life in the birthplace of mankind? Then onto the new world, spending ski season in Canada, before living and working in the cultural melting pot of New York City. Why the hell not?

If the only thing holding you back in this dream is worrying about falling behind financially, or not getting onto the property ladder, then I have news for you. It is possible to turn your dream lifestyle to your financial advantage, so you can both enjoy life in the present and start setting up your financial future for tomorrow.

All it takes is a bit of thought, a bit of planning, a keen appreciation of the assets you have, and awareness of the assets you can develop. And I will teach you all of these things in due course.

This is not a get-rich-quick scheme, nor is it a complicated stock exchange guidebook. This is a way to open your eyes to a new way of thinking, to see what is possible with the information you ALREADY know, and to appreciate your own value as a young consumer in society. It’s likely nobody’s told you this, but you’re already in an amazing position to live an enriching life and build financial strength, just by virtue of the fact you’re using modern technology to read and engage with this post. But what will you do next?

I hope I’ve piqued your interest and you’ll be open-minded enough to explore the Wealth Fury strategy, as you’re the kind of people who’ll make the idea work – and I’m focused on living my dream as well, which is to equip young people with greater influence and greater financial freedom in tomorrow’s world. After all, it’s you who’ll be living in it.

So, how do you travel the world and retire in ten years? Subscribe for a copy of our free e-book which will explain to you how this is possible. Not only that but the strategies we explain are applicable to any dream or lifestyle you wish to pursue.

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