Nice writing Louie! This is super relevant to me. I spent the last three years buying real estate each year, and we have passive income from 3 of them.

As you already know, I’m preparing to cut my regular working hours and fend for myself.

It’s a tough decision to let six figures go in Europe, but I believe it’s the beginning of something much bigger.

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What a turn from rehabilitating lions to people and the feeling of responsibility to buy their own food for themselves and take care of themselves instead of relying on their employer.

It's crazy how people cold get lazy because of perks they have at work. Exactly as Daniel Vassallo said.

I mean we are humans and we will most likely have our own kids and legacy.

What are we gona teach our kids? If we are, ourselves, relying on somebody else to give us food or give us money or whatever.

At some point it's not a problem. You can consider it as a help - for a period of time. But then you gotta take off by yourself.

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Nov 14, 2022·edited Nov 14, 2022Liked by Louie Bacaj

Speaking of lion, here's a tweet by Naval that relates to working like one

> Eat like a lion, work like a lion, feel like a lion, live like a lion.

I think the auto spam ate my last comment because I linked direct to the tweet. So posting this without the link. Anyone can google easily for it



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You captured me with the story of the lion. And I was curious to see where you were taking me. And great transition to humans who don't know how to take care of themselves without an employer. Newsletter read in one breath! Great Louie!

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