Financial Independence Retire Early F.I.R.E – I Got BURNED! financial independence retire early

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यहाँ मेरा अनुभव और FIRE समुदाय के साथ इतिहास है और मैं कैसे बर्न हुआ! भले ही मैं अपने पहले अनुभव में पूरी तरह से ध्वस्त हो गया, मैं इसे एक और शॉट दे रहा हूं। मुझे अभी भी ऐसा नहीं लगता कि मैं विशिष्ट “अग्नि” अभ्यासी हूं, मैं आंदोलन के उन हिस्सों पर एक और नज़र डाल रहा हूं जो मुझ पर लागू होते हैं। FIRE समुदाय वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता को शीघ्रता से प्राप्त करने के लिए आपकी आय की एक महत्वपूर्ण राशि को बचाने की रणनीति को बढ़ावा देता है। यह अत्यधिक बचत, मितव्ययिता और निवेश की विशेषता है। वित्तीय स्वतंत्रता की परिभाषा = निवेश से होने वाली आय में जीवन यापन की लागत शामिल है। जब मैं पहली बार समुदाय में आया, तो मुझे लगा कि FIRE आंदोलन मेरे जैसे लोगों के लिए नहीं था। मुझे ऐसा लगा कि मैं “बहुत बूढ़ा” हो गया हूं (मैं अपने 30 के दशक में हूं) और 10 साल या उससे कम समय में सेवानिवृत्त होने के कट्टरपंथी लक्ष्य को प्राप्त करने के लिए अत्यधिक बलिदान करने के लिए तैयार नहीं हूं। मैंने थोड़ा सा शोध किया और पाया कि आग के कई अलग-अलग “स्तर” हैं, जिसमें “दुबला” या “पतला” आग संस्करण शामिल है जिसमें अत्यधिक मितव्ययिता के बजाय स्वस्थ शामिल है। यह निश्चित रूप से मेरे लक्ष्यों के अंतर्गत आता है और मैं आंदोलन पर एक और नज़र डालने की योजना बना रहा हूं और अपने वित्तीय सिद्धांतों के लिए सच होने के बावजूद मैं जो कुछ भी कर सकता हूं उसे शामिल कर रहा हूं। मैं अपने सिद्धांतों पर खरा रहते हुए और आज अपने जीवन का आनंद लेते हुए मितव्ययिता और बचत/निवेश को संतुलित करने के लिए काम कर रहा हूं! रेबेका का चैनल: अन्य वीडियो जो आपको पसंद आ सकते हैं: मेरे बारे में प्लेलिस्ट (मेरे और मेरी कहानी के बारे में अधिक जानकारी!) पुष्टि जो मुझे नौकरी मिली – मेरा विजन जर्नल सिस्टम – विज़न बोर्ड – फर्स्ट लुक – रूम टूर -।

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30 comments

Bluetiger25 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Thanks for being honest with your FIRE experience! It takes courage to give it another chance after that bad experience. I'm a believer in many of the concepts of FIRE and it provided me with the inspiration to go on my own FIRE journey. Every journey is different and personal, and I believe the RE(Retire Early) messaging can put unrealistic expectation on people and lead to undeserved disappointment in oneself. I like to change the RE to "Retire Earlier" because not everyone can retire in their 30s, 40s, and 50s but if you can retire a few years earlier (1,3,5, etc) or retire at the same age with a lot more savings, then it's a big win. I'm a big believer in saving as much as you can and investing it to get to achieve financial freedom but not to be too frugal where it will makes you too stressed or unhappy (what's the point of it then?). The trick is to save as much as you can and still be happy through lot of experimenting and honest evaluation of your consumption(does that new 7th suit really made me more happy?). Only you know if 10%, 30%, 50%+ saving rate is too much and not worth it. No, it doesn't make you weak, undisciplined or flawed because your saving rate isn't a high enough number. Good luck in your journey! BTW, I started my journey at 38 so its never too old to start! 🙂 It's about "Progress Not Perfection".

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Charlie Bachman 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

The emergency fund of 1000 is the bare minimum. He recommends 6-9 months of expenses as an emergency fund

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Ch Carroll 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Following Dave Ramsey was your first mistake.

From what I've seen of FIRE, people don't have near enough savings/investments to live independently without spending their principal.

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Russ Spradlin 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I think you misrepresented Dave Ramsey's teachings on the emergency fund. The thousand dollars is just a starter fund for those who are just starting in the baby steps. If you follow his baby steps then you will return to that emergency fund once you have achieved a degree of financial independence and grow it to 3 to 6 months of expenses.

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Explorer Mike 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

So…. the concept of F.I.R.E. is to make a couple million dollars when you are young, then retire and be careful with your money? That's it? I am somehow missing the brilliance of this concept.

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Jos Dijkstra 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I really wanted to get what you wanted to say and what got you burned. But after the video all i want is my 10 minutes back…

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Monman Thecom 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

clickbait. unfortunately, didn't get any value.

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Key Himself 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

When does the video actually start? When someone gives me the time stamp I'll come back to the video. But I'm three and a half minutes in and this person is just talking in circles

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Wdeemar Wdeemar 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I am 51 and plan to exit the work force at 60 to 62. I apply as many FIRE principles as possible. But I am not going to get younger but I will get 2 pensions and health insurance and a good amount of SS. Making an individual plan is an individual endeavor.

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John Paolino 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I just discovered the FIRE movement. This channel has some very good and down to Earth content related to the movement. https://youtube.com/c/TwoSidesOfFI

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multicollinearity 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I'm happy to see so many financial education channels coming up on YouTube. It's valuable for people to reflect on the successes of super savers!

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Let it go. Or you will never be free. 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Oh my f**** Lord just get to the goddamn point, you gave somebody your money did you double triple quadruple your investment, did you give somebody your money and they ran off with it,

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David Tang 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

ya I also found the MMM crowd to be hella frugal too. no thanks. i'd rather focus on making more money and working a few more years so i don't have to be hella frugal, especially considering i don't hate my job.

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Nicole 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Thank you for posting this & for your transparency!! God Bless

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Don O 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Seems like you just heard about Dave Ramsey and “follows” what he “says” and you got burned. The $1,000 is just the beginning so you don’t go back using credit card while you’re starting the journey, but then you increase it to six months and so forth and so on. I encourage you to go back but this time really understand how Baby Steps work, you won’t be able to accomplish anything if you’re all over the place.

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andrea Star 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

FIRE is not about rice and beans type of frugal, it is about identifying your priorities, building a budget that support just what’s needed and that needs to include what truly gives you joy. Invest the rest. Consistently. And watch the money grow.

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Mark H 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Thanks for sharing! Your adorable! 😊

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doug 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

The title here feels really clickbait – As if you tried FIRE, got "burnt" and are giving your experience. You're doing fine. You didn't get "BURNED!" That said, there are extreme zealots in every internet community unfortunately. Take what positives you can apply and do your thing.

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C G 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I'm 5 minutes into this video and she has yet to tell me how she got burned…Now I've watched the entire video and she never said how she got burned.

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lolomissa 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

…. honestly, it sounds like personal doubt and then being too transparent. which sucks, but honestly the community is… permissionless? like for me i just watch people who are trying FIRE and tbh, more than half the people i see have achieved FIRE through a route that i dont want to explore. and yes, FIRE isnt related to the RE. its just because it sounded cool. anyone ive seen who's reached FIRE still "works" just not in a 9-5 capacity. honestly, the experiences youve had just sound so silly. its like reddit, go anywhere thats judgemental and you'll get beat down. theres no way youre going to satisfy everyone. lol. good luck with your goals. i really hope you do what works for you. i used to love your fire videos but i started a new youtube account and just found you again recently. good luck girl. 🙏

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George Webber 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Love the story . I am also new to FIRE…. Not sure if this helps but I am taking all that I am learning and developing my own plan without comparing it to anyone else. If I make a change then it is what I feel is in my best decision to meet my goals. If I don't meet my goals so be it , I will get back on the horse and replot my next plan of action. I am 52 and would like to retire by 55. Am I anywhere close heck no. But my plans for retirement don't include me just living off of 4% a year and hope the money doesn't run out. I plan on being a business owner ( Not a working manager…huge difference). I plan on building income until I die then pass on that generational wealth to my kids. love to hear an update on this one. I also an planning on creating a podcat around the FIRE topic. should be interesting.

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Life with ChrysanyC 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

The funded emergency fund is a different baby step where you save 3-6 months of your bills! The $1000 is only for before you pay off the debt as fast as possible (not including your house)

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Farmer Kevin 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I stop working for someone else and working for ME…M..E – Me. I retired at 40 but still generating 140k a year.

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john powers 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

I'm 60, and my advice is to at least max out your Roth IRA every year. You won't regret that . I maxed out my 401k every year, but regret not contributing more to the Roth and taxable accounts.

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MonogramQueen 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

How do you determine how much money you need to retire? I read some articles that say you should have X percentage of your income, but not sure I agree with that method. Seems like I need to figure out where I want to live, property taxes, all my utilities, health insurance, etc. Right now, we are not frugal with our spending and we haven't even had the chance to think about retirement as we are still paying our mortgage.

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Legal Fiction Natural Fact 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

FIRE is the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Advise goes like, save more money! Make more money and also save that money! Invest it in stuff! Yeah, no shit. Everyone's trying to get more money. You're not giving them good advice by saying make more money or "do good stuff w money". LMFAO XD

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Crypto Dreams 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Being Semi retired is the best and most sustainable. The key is to have all your debt paid off and your house. Keeping busy on what is important to you and making money at it is the greatest. I invested in cryptos and working on turning it into a business now. Semi retired at 41.

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Ha Ns 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Why are you in a car ?

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Blue Collar Finance 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Bruh and health insurance? OKIEEEEE lmao If you know, you know

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Tyger Royal 27/11/2021 - 3:50 Chiều

Don't feel guilty for failing in a system designed to keep you poor

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