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เหนื่อยชั่วคราว สบายชั่วโคตร

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Published on Oct 18, 2013

Hello. My name is Paul Pattarapon Sinlapajan, the author of the book "Retire by 40". The book is very much inspired by my personal experiences, which I aim to pass on my skills of the core knowledge and insights that I have been acquiring throughout my years.

This book gives you a step-by-step map to guide you through the shortcut to retire 20-30 years before the normal retirement age; but you will not retire by just having a huge pile of savings in your bank account. My true definition of retirement means you can have a steady flow up to 6-7 figures of income every day and every month even when you don't work a day in your life anymore. This book will also point out the difference between the word "rich" vs. "financial freedom". Believe me, I have been through both states and I can honestly say there's a huge difference!

In a nutshell, I am one of those people who want to retire young. I aimed to retire at 45 years old at the time. When I was about 20 years old I went to my personal financial planner. He told me if I want to retire with my idea of an ultimate lifestyle; with as many children as I would like to have, as wives as I would like to have which is only one, of course, and If I plan to live up to 80 years old... I must have about 300 Million baht or 10 million USD in my savings account. I was shocked when I heard the figure, but somehow I still believe If I work hard enough, I will be able to match it. From that day onward, I've spent most of my waking hours working for money, be an actor, be a TV show host, a DJ, a singer, a voiceover, a master of ceremony, I also started my own company, my own TV production company producing many shows, I even started a pharmaceutical company with my close friends. Did I make a lot of money? I did, but it came at the price of my time, my health, and especially stress. It took away things I could never get back. And these are the things you will get from my book, "Financial Freedom".

How has my life changed since achieving Financial Freedom? I think I've discovered 5 main things that make me a very lucky man and I do intend to pass it on to others:
One is to have money to spend without concern.
Two is to have time to spend without concern.
Three is to be healthy without concern.
Four is to be able to spend all these 3 things with your loved ones.
Most importantly, the ability to have them all for a long time.
If any of these weren't true, that person is no longer lucky.


To be honest what I really think financial freedom gives you is intangible things that are more valuable than money can buy, like quality time with your loved ones, your parents, your family, your sibling, your children. When you get to pursue your passion and do things you really love, where money is no longer the issue, like charity for under privileged children...to give them education, to help them become the bright future for the country.

When you have time to play golf, to box whenever you want. When you can travel the world... It's just like you are already finished with your homework, which you don't have to go back and re-do ever again. It's the same thing. Having financial freedom is exactly like you've already done your homework about your finances and you can live the rest of your life concern-free and just live... really live your life.

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