FI School Lesson 14: Personal growth

FI School Lesson 14

FI School Lesson 14: Personal growth

Take a look at the big names in our FI community, and you’ll notice something they all have in common—they’re constantly learning and improving. Personal growth plays a huge role in the FI journey, and can contribute to your success in indirect but powerful ways.

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  • Leo Babauta has written so many amazing posts—there are too many to list here. 
  • I’d suggest diving right in and reading any and all posts that resonate. (My favourite post is an excellent reminder we all could use every day.)


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  • Insight Timer App: The best meditation app I’ve ever used—and I’ve used plenty!
  • Smiling Mind: A good, basic app that’s perfect for kids and teens. 
  • Headspace: A great program, but only the first 10 meditations are free.

Estate planning is a gift and act of love for those we care about. No one wants to think about it, but we all should. Learn how to get started, then take action!

Want to know the true why for FI? For most of us, it’s happiness. Learn how to build more of it into your life.

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