September 23, 2011, 6:00 am

Yakezie Challenge Time

by: MD    Category: Financial Rambling
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In case you missed it (shame on you) the very first premium product was launched here a few days ago. This product is– Escaping The Rat Race: Will You Still Be a Rat in One Year? The premise is Mike’s journey towards financial independence. What’s financial independence all about?

Financial independence is reached the day you dont have to work to support your lifestyle.

If this is something that interests you, then you need to pick up your copy right now. If you want to see real results you need to stop waiting and take action.

Let’s jump into the Yakezie links to see what’s been going on with the group:

1. A Lawyer Is Forced To Become A Stripper To Make Ends Meet: How Far Would You Go? @ KNS Financial.

2. Eating Healthy on a Budget @ BITFS.

3. How To Drastically Increase Your Betting Odds And Help Others Too @ Financial Samurai.

4. Saving Your Money Vs Investing It @ Buy Like Buffett.

5. Rebates are a Sham and I Hate Them @ Free From Broke.

6. The Biggest Unknown Risk of Stock Investing @ Invest It Wisely.

7. Should You Invest One Spare Hour on Your Profession or Side Business? @ Extra Money Blog.

8. Why PF Bloggers Should Never Date Each Other @ So Over Debt.

9. Are Kids Really That Expensive? @ Couple Money.

10. How We Use Google Analytics To Improve Our Online Store @ My Wife Quit Her Job.

11. All About Employment Insurance (EI) @ Canadian Finance Blog.

12. Give the Gift of Experience This Holiday Season @ Mom’s Plans.

13. How Blogging Has Changed My Life @ Yakezie.

14. Who Are the Most Frugal Celebrities? @ FSYA.

15. Credit Counseling: Swimming Out of the Mess @ Live Real, Now.

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Thanks for including my link in your roundup!

Nice thoughts on financial independence. I go for the slightly weaker version — Financial Independence is reached when you no longer have to work for the man to support your lifestyle. If you can survive easily on say, even minimum wage from side projects, and be independent, that’s pretty good!

Excellent round up. Thank you sir!

Thanks for including my post in the roundup!