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Recently, I've started listening to more podcasts on my i Phone.I've found a few that I like and want to listen to past episodes. I can't seem to figure out a way to queue up all unplayed episodes for download in i Tunes.So not only did he build up a real estate portfolio that is now producing enough income to sustain his lifestyle completely, he did it very early in life after quite a short working career and he was also able to pick up a law degree along the way. I moved out there with my motorcycle with a couple of solar panels, my laptop, a cell phone and some books. It was about nine and a half months I think that I was out there. Mike: I mean I wasn’t like this mountain man living totally up the land.I mean, I did hunt a little bit, but that was more for fun than sustenance.In addition to real estate investing, I also talk to him about his time living in a tent in the New Mexico desert, discuss how he too was able to obtain a Free Ivy League Degree while working full time, and find out what life is like three months after achieving financial independence. Welcome everyone to the fifth episode of the Mad Fientist Financial Independence Podcast. Not only is Lacking Ambition one of my favorite blog names, but it’s also one of my favorite blogs as well. For those out there that aren’t familiar with Lacking Ambition.com, you’ve been writing there since I think about 2007. Mad Fientist: But your pursuit of FI started long before that. The moment when I finally decided that I can actually pursue financial independence and live a low cost lifestyle and then just do whatever I want with my time, I think I was probably about 22 at the time.Mike has been writing for over five years now I think and I have been an avid reader for at least the last couple. After high school, I went to college to study classics, classical studies and philosophy.
It looks nice, but they broke the number #1 of good UX and that's to keep an interface which is familiar and consistent for the user.Not so much that I wanted the comforts and everything, but I just wanted the social aspects of it, to be just a normal guy rather than a crazy guy living in a tent. Now, before that, were you quite a minimalist and not really concerned with everything else that a 20 year old, that age, would probably be wanting?Or did that then change you even more and make you realize that you didn’t actually need a lot to be happy?So I’ve been very excited to get them on the show to talk to him. I really appreciate you taking the time to talk with me today. I had a good time with it for about two and a half to three years, but then I just got – I was an idealist. I thought, “Why am I paying all this money to be here when if all I wanted is a degree, I could be somewhere way cheaper? That’s when I actually bought some land in New Mexico out in just the middle of dessert about 60 to 70 miles south of Albuquerque along the Rio Grande.
Lacking Ambition is actually a little bit of a misnomer because he has done some pretty incredible things in a very short amount of time in his life. I didn’t think students around me were – it seemed like everyone was worried about grad school and their marks and the passion for the actual subjects that we were studying just seemed to fizzle out. I bought an acre for 0 and I put up a big tent on it.Mike: I think Thoreau is a real big influence on me.