This is doubly true if I plan on traveling to many different countries where language and cultural barriers will add an additional challenge.
Perhaps I’d travel more and worry less about financing necessities, but my life wouldn’t change. This means never having to worry about money because my lifestyle is far below my means. I think it will probably be at least 10-15 years before I completely reach this point and it may be longer. My next step is setting up an investment account and trying to build an emergency fund of at least 1 year of income.
With this freedom I could start a new business, without worrying about losing the money from an old venture. This is a goal I’m never going to be able to realize. Self-education is something I will keep doing for the rest of my life.
By a digital life I mean that all of my income will come without a location.
This will probably mean the internet, but it might mean something completely different in ten years as technology continues to expand.
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Although I’m not yet at a point of complete financial security, I’m fairly close.
If things continue as they are now, I consider it likely that I’ll have achieved this dream before my 22nd birthday. I don’t like buying things and I have very simple tastes.
As a result, the idea of being rich interests me, but I’m not driven by it.
If I had a billion dollars, I’d be living almost the same way I am today.