Read Fund Your Ideal Lifestyle: Buy time, Find new experiences, and Keep more of what you worked for Online Free - If the idea of failing to reach your potential and spending your best years working with nothing to show for it makes you sick, this book is for you. Inside you will find for the first time, the secrets from a quiet subculture of Financial Advisers spending time with people away from the balance sheet, and helping them get more out of life.
Written by Clayton Daniel, a former 'amateur rockstar' whose chance encounter with an entrepreneur lead him down the path of learning about money, travelling the world on the gains, and finally building a business showing others how to do the same. He has helped over a thousand people improve their understanding of money as both a Tax Accountant and Financial Adviser.
This three step guide will show you:
- Why your Purpose + Skills = Your Professional Superpower, and how to leverage it to buy time.
- How to catapult yourself in to motivation by focusing on your fears rather than your goals.
- How the Five Bucket Method allows you guilt-free spending sprees without ruining your future.
- What silent monster in the background is eating your money, and what to do about it.
- How to go from buying assets with the hope of making money to designing a wealth creation strategy with purpose.
- How to use the legal ‘Offshore Bank Account’ to grow your assets faster by saving you tax today, saving you tax every year, and saving you tax in retirement.
|Title||:||Fund Your Ideal Lifestyle: Buy time, Find new experiences, and Keep more of what you worked for|
|Number of Pages||:||336 pages|
February 22, 2017
Disclaimer: I received this book for free in return for my honest review. 4.5 stars (Rounded up on Goodreads since this is a great book and for some reason they don't have a .5 system)
I don't really know where to start so I guess I'll just mention that I really liked this book. Daniel's writing s...
February 23, 2017
I was given an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Being in my late 20s I've really started to think more about finances, and not in the "how can I make the most money in the fastest way" mindset that many people have. I added this book to my to-read list because I liked...
February 02, 2017
As a fellow adviser, and someone that has known the author for a few years now, I found the book to get to the heart of a lot of things that clients seek advice for. Clayton's writing style is accessible, easy to digest, and involves some thought provoking information to the reader, and I'd recom...
March 08, 2017
it was somewhat interesting but didn't really tell me anything i don't already know.
April 16, 2017
One that I will come back to and I wish I took more notes.
Some of the advice is simple, but Clayton frames it well and drives the appropriate points home well. Advice is spot on.
March 28, 2017
This is a book written to help people, wherever they are in their finances, arrange their thoughts and actions to get the most out of life. According to the author, you can fund your ideal lifestyle by using the 3 Step Framework:
- Lifestyle clarity
- Automate cashflow
- And buying capital assets
April 27, 2017
A while ago
Okay, so I read this book at the beginning of the year (I think), so my review may be a bit off as I'm running from memory here. What I can tell you (first off) as a disclaimer, I didn't attempt any of the exercises in the book. It's not because I thought they were bad (opposite in fac...
March 29, 2017
I stumbled across this author after reading an article of his in the paper and then ordered book. I have to say I found the book incredibly beneficial to helping me take a bit more control of my finances. Maybe some people might find the information obvious but Clayton gives you a step by step me...