A LITTLE CRITICAL THINKING ABOUT FIRE FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE RETIRE EARLY

It is my experience that people like to talk about their successes, but not too many like to talk about their failures. 

There s a school of thought that says there is a lot to learn from success, but that we can equally learn from failure.

Failure should not be discounted as a learning mechanism. But if people with failures don't like to step up to the plate, where does that leave us?

Well, it leaves us with applying 'critical thinking', thinking for oneself.

Do you remember those little drawing games where you look at the drawing and some people see one thing, but a different group of people see a total different thing, from the very same drawing?

 I forget the name of those.

What do you see in this chart? 

A. 100 year bull market

B. prices always go up


C. scary


D. not sure

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