Do you want to change your life? Start here

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Think Save Retire is about ignoring conventional wisdom and instead focusing attention on YOU and what makes you happy and fulfilled. Whether you dream about quitting your job, traveling the world or just cozying up next to a fire for the next 20 years of your life, it doesn't matter. Your dreams are different, but very often, change requires a very similar mindset.

And, it starts with deciding to live differently.

Live Differently

Every day, people decide to live very different lives than the majority. The key to finding the happy place in your life is to understand what is most important to you.  It all starts with understanding that life is a mind game thinking differently and figuring out your permanent paradise.

For more, see the You Can Live Differently page or check out some of the best of this category below.

How to Change Your Life

All of us have the power to change our lives in profound ways. This is about how to go from where you are now to where you want to be. The steps that you need to take. The habits that may need to be refined. The little things that can add up to extremely profound improvements in our lives.

Read more on my How to Change Your Life page or check out some of the best of this category below.

Living Your Dreams

What is it like to live a life we designed? To be financially free? To be able to wake up every morning genuinely happy and fulfilled in our lives?

To find out check out my Life Your Epic Life page or check out some of the best of this category below.

Check out the ten popular posts published on this blog (in order of title length, just 'cause):