The Freedom Twenty-Five Online Companion

by Frost on December 3, 2011

Freedom Twenty-Five: A 21st Century Man’s Guide To Life is now available!

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You can also read the book’s Online Companion – basically a collection of the sources that I used to put the book together – free of charge. All of the books are linked to through my Amazon Affiliate account, so if you’re looking for a way to support Freedom Twenty-Five (at no extra cost to you), please do some Christmas shopping there.

The Freedom Twenty-Five Online Companion

Also, if you have any suggestions for books, blogs and articles that I should add to it, please leave them in the comments to the page.

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Freedom Agency Online January 10, 2012 at 8:45 am

This book will serve as an ultimate guide for a better life in the future. I’m pretty sure that readers will have a great time and enjoy reading it. This is very impressive. Thanks for the post.

Davver December 5, 2011 at 10:42 am

Frost,

Could you give a little info on the life you left? I had you pegged as an American finance guy, not a Canadian civil servant.

It’s funny, I did the exact opposite to give meaning to my life. I gave up the lucrative private sector job because making money wasn’t satisfying me, and I took a job with the government so I could work on healthcare reform, which gives me more satisfaction then making money did.

Frost December 6, 2011 at 12:11 am

Davver,

Without giving away too many incriminating details, I was a Canadian policy wonk and really liked the files I was working on. I was making good money, had interesting work, and a pretty lax workload. If I wanted to put in the hours, I could have, but I could also exceed the output of anyone else on my team in 5-10 hours a week.

As 9-5 jobs go, I was living the dream. How are you finding life as an American public servant? Have you read Foseti’s classic post on the subject? Send me an email response if you like, I’ll be deleting these comments shortly to keep the OC concentrated on sources.

Cheers,

Frost

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