— Money: Master the Game P. 90 The core concept of successful investing is simple. Grow your savings to a point at which the interest from your investments will generate enough income to support your lifestyle without having to work. Eventually you reach a ‘tipping point’ at which your savings will hit a critical mass.
Dividends still don’t lie, Kelley Wright p. 4 Generating sufficient cash to meet your needs will be a primary objective until you die. If you have loved ones you are responsible for, they will continue to need cash after you die. During the employment years, you must make wages, salaries, and bonuses do double duty,
— George Kinder Freedom, I was convinced, should be the primary goal of our lives, the objective toward which all our energies move. Why did everybody focus on retirement? Shouldn’t we be concerned with achieving freedom long before we start thinking about front porches and rocking chairs?”