About Life Outside the Maze: Over the arc of my life and career a shift started to happen where I realized that I was at the point where I could stop working for other people to get financial independence and start working for myself to achieve happiness. I couldn’t find a good manual for how to do this so I started doing a bunch of reading on my own and this site was born.
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