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The Simple Path To Financial Independence | Ryan Sterling | TEDxFarmingdale financial independence



참여 고객이 있으면 고객과 판매 사이의 마찰을 줄이십시오. 이것은 판매 및 마케팅의 첫 번째 규칙입니다. 소매업에서 주요 마찰 지점은 실제 상점으로 이동하고 현금을 사용하여 구매하는 데 사용되었습니다. 더 이상 그렇지 않습니다. 신용 카드, 전자 상거래, 손쉬운 결제 및 디지털 마케팅의 폭발적인 증가로 인해 귀하와 판매 사이의 거리가 0입니다. 구매 경험이 쉬울수록 더 많이 지출합니다. 진실은 아무도 당신이 무모하고 의도하지 않은 방식으로 돈을 쓰는 것을 막지 못할 것입니다. 주요 아이디어: 당신과 당신의 돈을 쓰는 것 사이에 존재했던 자연적인 장벽이 사라졌고, 의도적으로 마찰 지점을 다시 추가하지 않으면 소매업체와 마케터가 돈을 가져갈 것입니다. Ryan Sterling은 성공적인 자산 관리자이자 인기 있는 전체론적 자산 코치인 Future You Wealth의 설립자입니다. Future You Wealth를 시작하기 전에 Ryan은 AllianceBernstein, Goldman Sachs, BBR Partners 및 Capital Group과 같은 회사에서 개인 및 가족과 함께 일한 15년 이상의 경험을 가지고 있습니다. Ryan은 Carleton College에서 경제학 학사를 취득하고 Vanderbilt University에서 투자 관리 전문 MBA를 취득했습니다. 그는 CFA® Charterholder이자 CFA Society New York의 회원입니다. 또한 Ryan은 Bronx Youth Center에서 금융 지식을 가르치고 있으며 그의 작업은 Business Insider, CNN Money 및 HuffPost를 비롯한 수많은 언론 매체에 소개되었습니다. 이 강연은 TED 컨퍼런스 형식을 사용하는 TEDx 이벤트에서 진행되었지만 지역 커뮤니티에서 독립적으로 조직되었습니다. 에서 자세히 알아보십시오.

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33 thoughts on “The Simple Path To Financial Independence | Ryan Sterling | TEDxFarmingdale financial independence”

  1. This seems like obvious information, but it's not to most people. And of course it's not. That's exactly the way it's been designed. To make it seem inaccessible, alien and "only for rich people." That being said, people who talk about their stocks 24/7 are annoying af lol

  2. Live within your means, don’t spend money you don’t have, don’t fall into societal/peer pressure, and focus on your own financial journey. It’s just common sense.

  3. I save(MF, Stocks, Gold) 30% of my income each month as if it's a loan EMI. Now if I save anything out of 70% of my money, I use it for my pleasure, extravagance and don't even think twice! I usually end up saving 7 to 10% of my 70%. Yes, I pay loans for my home and car out of 70%. I am 39 and fully confident of retiring by 50. All thanks to the magic of compounding now I have started to get on my savings. I started saving when I was 31. The best part is that this pattern has freed me from worrying about the future and thus possibly helping me to be physically and mentally healthy as well. Because "worry" is the biggest decease of all time.

  4. He says we have to fight consumption and save… and the saving then go toward a dream holiday, or a deposit on a house. This is still consumption. He needs to reword this.

  5. I agree with the basic idea, just consider that their former financial performances don't represent your money's future performances, stocks are risky no matter what you think

  6. Keeping up with the jones is the problem. Everyone is sold on this idea they can have all this stuff(media), they want all this stuff(marketing), and they can afford all this stuff(cc and debt system). Once you start to see it for yourself, you'll never buy in to it again. What people want is some security and a passion to pursue. The other stuff just gives the illusion of that.

  7. My partner couldn’t stand to have cash sitting around, he would not only spend it, he would spend 2 or 3 times. That doesn’t work in the real world. So I wouldn’t spend extra money, I just got good at getting better deals and kept our “savings” in a 1 yr storage of food, in items (leds, ceiling fans, energy efficient appliances, etc) that gave us a lower cost of living. Without a mortgage we invested in our 403b and 401k and Roth IRAs to drop our taxes. We took vacations, we kayak our local river weekly, we enjoyed life and raised our family. We lived simply but fully. FI is possible on one income and one income plus 1/2 income, living life your way.

  8. After 50 real wealth came fast. In 4 years, I built a paid million dollar paid rental portfolio then took the $175k left in 401k rollover to IRA. Ran the $175k to about $700k and now we have almost $1M in stock market. Net worth went to maybe $2.6M without much lifestyle creep intentionally. We continue to reinvest ALL profits without real debt and paid house and cars.

  9. Such an important topic that many people need to listen and think about! I wish they teach this stuff at school to set our young generation to a right path!!! Thank you and great job!!!

  10. Living within your means is the key. It is sad to see so many people with high debt and no savings. Thanks for sharing some things to make people think. Hopefully people will listen to your message. Saving has always been important for us and fortunately we were able to retire at 55 and now plan to travel the world. Hopefully we can inspire others to save and invest. John and Bev

  11. I love how all those videos assume that people have a stable income XD
    When you earn just enough to live paycheck to paycheck you cant afford to save
    Thats what people dont get having no cash isnt a choice its how the world is designed

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