What would happen if you cleared all your debts? And then, using the same techniques you’d used to clear all your debts, became financially independent before you were 50? Or younger?!
Jonathan Mendonsa knows how. He erased his debts and then just continued right on to become financially independent, which he defined as the idea that “You get to choose what you want to do, whether you want to work or not.”
He also shared with me why current retirement financial calculators are all flawed because they calculate what you will need to retire or become financially independent based on what you earn. But there is a much better way to determine how to become financially independent.
His friend and business partner Brad, who had already reached financial independence in his early 30s, acted as a mentor to Jonathan and helped him achieve his goal of financial independence.
Jonathan shares an inspiring way to become financially independent. His plan uses an easy approach that anyone can use to help clear their own debt and reach a state of financial independence.