Conventional wisdom is clear about what you should be doing at this juncture in your life. Well, guess what?
Conventional wisdom isn't so wise at all any more. If you're going to survive with your peace of mind intact, you need to forget about that nest egg and adopt a new goal:
And don't worry, Die Broke, the audiobook by Stephen Pollan is here to help.
Die Broke turns conventional wisdom on its head. It says wealth is to be spent while you're alive, either on yourself or your loved ones, and that every penny left after you die is a failing.
Die Broke preaches a radically new approach to career and personal finance. In a nutshell, it says :
Quit Today. Accept that from this day you're a free agent whose number one workplace priority is your own personal bottom line.
Pay Cash. Saving, not spending, must become reflexive, and credit should be a rarely used tool for those few times (homes, cars) when paying cash is impossible.
Don't Retire. Your worklife should be a journey up and down hills, rather than a climb up a sheer cliff that ends with a jump into the abyss.
Die Broke offers a comprehensive and practical message for financial happiness at the millennium's end. It's a cry for sanity, a signpost to security, a refreshing new point of view. Now, there's a way out of worry, a lifetime plan that actually delivers not just peace of mind, but the lifestyle of your dreams.