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Set for Life: Dominate Life, Money, and the American Dream. Hardcover – April 23, 2017
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About the Author
Scott Trench is a perpetual student of personal finance, real estate investing, sales, business, and personal management. He is also a real estate investor, an executive at a large online corporation, salesman, real estate broker, and author. Through a solid understanding of money management, calculated risks, and a lot of hard work, he has created financial freedom for himself as well as a successful real estate business in just three years after graduating college. He hopes to now share the knowledge he has acquired so that others will have the tools they need to repeat his results in just 3-5 years, giving them the option to go anywhere they want in the world, work any job, start any business, or finish out the journey to financial independence and retire young.
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In my opinion this book does two things: 1. Gets you pumped up to reach Early Financial Freedom (EFF), 2. Pushes you to immediately take the first steps to start building momentum in reaching it
What Scott did that puts Set For Life above other personal finance books is that he writes to a target audience, rather than the population at large. This target audience is broad, average American with a full-time job (salary of $40k-80k+) living a solid lifestyle that closely matches their peers, but targeted enough to be effective.
This group Scott argues has all of the tools necessary to set themselves on the road to EFF, and I agree. Also by targeting an audience, Scott provides specific tactics and relevant anecdotes that actually resonate with readers; instead of spouting philosophies that sound great but leave readers scratching their head as to how to get started.
A large component of this book is focused on how to make SMART real estate investments (that both get rid of your biggest cost of living + generate cash flow), and Scott readily admits this can be a huge challenge for people living in NYC, SF and LA (due to the high real estate costs). This is my current situation, having lived in all three over the past ten years, and this book has been a great affirmation to our plans to move to a smaller city (so thanks Scott!). Still if you are a born and raised New Yorker, who will die in New York, this book still has so much to give you.
In summary, this book rocks, will always have a place on my bookshelf and if you have a shred of motivation to reach EFF you will tear through it!