FI School Lesson 16: Conclusion and resources
Congratulations—you’ve graduated from FI School! You should now have a rough plan for your FI journey, and a good idea of the tools to help you reach your goal.
Continuing the journey
If you’re like me, you’re motivated and raring to go; eager to reach that finish line as soon as humanly possible! But I’d advise you to first take a breath and heed this wise advice:
“Don’t focus solely on the finish line because once you get there, you may be disappointed. The journey is the important part…”
– Brandon the Mad Fientist
So… take it slow and pace yourself! The FI journey can be a long one, so make the best of each day. If you keep this in mind, you’ll be living the FI life long before you reach your number.
Resources to further your FI learning
We’ve covered a lot of ground in FI School! But there’s an ever-growing mountain of FI content still to consume! If you’d like to go even further down the rabbit hole:
- Subscribe to get all the latest FI content from Eat Sleep Breathe FI.
- Read/listen to the archives of all the blogs and podcasts mentioned in FI School.
- Discover even more FI content through the resources below:
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