A couple of months ago, a guy named Joshua emailed me to ask if I’d be a guest on his new show – the Radical Personal Finance podcast. I agreed and we ended up having a very interesting two-hour conversation, which he published to his site and I linked to in the Outside the Lab post.
Since then, however, Joshua has been forced to take down his podcast (for undisclosed reasons) and since he’s not sure when he’ll be able to put it back up again, he has agreed to let me publish our interview here (thanks!).
I couldn’t bear to hear myself talk for a full two hours though so I decided to edit the interview down into two smaller parts and today, I am publishing part one.
It was great being on the other side of the interview for once so hopefully you enjoy hearing a bit about my personal journey to financial independence.
- Different Paths to FI
- Frugality and Sacrifice
- How to Have an Expensive Hobby
- Travel Hacking
- Slow Travel
In part two of the interview, we dive into some complex but very powerful strategies for pursuing financial independence and early retirement.
Radical Personal Finance - Part Two
In part two of the podcast, the Mad Fientist explores some very powerful tax-avoidance strategies for early retirees.