Changing the narrative

compounding, Financial Independence, Health, Marketing

Hello Everyone. Its been quite a few months since I wrote on my blog. I hope all of you, your families and near and dear ones are safe during these tough times.

I have been contemplating a lot about what should constitute my next items on the blog and the structure. While I have been writing over the last few years on “The Magic of Compounding” and its ability to create “Financial Freedom” I was wondering what would be the outcome for someone to achieve financial freedom. Is that outcome really worth the effort.

So that’s what’s been keeping my mind occupied. I have been reading a lot of books in the meantime, which I will analyse in the coming weeks. The biggest benefit which I could think for getting “Financial Freedom” is to have a life well lived. So compounding becomes a tool to get financial freedom and the freedom you get helps you live your life to a full potential or at least with less regrets of “What Could have Been”.

To be able to “Live Life Well” then you need to have other things also.

  1. You need to be in good health – if you don’t have health then all you will think of is your ailments – but if you have good health then you can dream about other things
  2. You need to be able to dream and change contexts from your present scenario – which means you need to gain more knowledge, visit new places and gain more varied experiences
  3. You need to excel on your own Unique Abilities ( a term Dan Sullivan of Strategic Coach uses very often)

Let me know your comments below on what else you think is needed to “live life well”

So I will be changing the narrative of my blog as we go forward – I will not only talk about “Compounding” and “Financial Freedom” which I am very passionate about, but also look at other areas like Marketing and Health.

Marketing and being able to present things and interact with people has been one of my areas which I think I am very good at. So I would like to share those ideas as I come across them.

In addition I have been very fascinated with how improving my daily health habits has helped me improve myself. A lot of you could be in a similar boat so I would love to share those aspects as well.

When I started blogging my emphasis was to help people especially youngsters to avoid the mistakes that I had made as I reached middle age in my financial abilities.

Now while I will keep on that, the narrative would change to also include how a better health and better marketing could help write on our tombstone – This Person Lived Her/His Life Well

So till next time ….

Carpe Diem!!!

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