Smart ways to invest and attain early financial freedom

In the recent past, I have shared four questions that should help you get some idea about what you are passions are. These are: What are the various things you are or were passionate about? Go back and list the moments in the past when you experienced a sense of flow Explore the four aims of
Here I am back on the topic of finding your passion - till now I have shared three questions that should help you get some ideas about what you are passionate about. These were: What are the various things you are or were  passionate about  Go back and list the moments in the past when you experienced a sense of flow; and
Henry Ford once said -“Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason so few engage in it.” And here I am, trying to make you think. I hope the questions in my last two blogs got you closer to finding out your passions.  I hope you wrote down the answers to the questions that I had asked in the last two blogs – the questions were:
In my last note, I had shared one of the ways to start answering this question. I spoke about making a list of ten possible passions and picking the top five - examples here could be music, teaching, jogging, cycling, cricket, travelling etc I also talked about makeing a list of ten possible values (that matter to you) and picking the top five– examples here could be honesty, integrity, excellence, respect for others, helping others, etc
There is lot of stuff being written about money and investing and I would like to change gears and direction a bit. The question I would like to ask my readers is that if you have enough financial security to retire in your 30’s or 40’s, how would you spend your remaining life? What would you do from 6 am till 10 pm daily if you did not have to really go to work? To paraphrase it differently - what are you pass