Featured Guest Blogger: Author of the Early Financial Freedom blog
When Anthony asked me to be a guest blogger, I jumped at the offer since I have so much in common with his distinguished audience. Anthony asked me to write this post sharing my story in hopes it would inspire engineers to follow their dreams and know that they can do whatever they want in their career, no matter how young they are!
I am a Mechanical Engineer with a Master’s Degree in Engineering. I also have a Professional Engineer (P.E.) license from New York State. I am fairly young, in my mid-30s. I am happily married to a fellow engineer and I am the father of a wonderful 7-year-old son. After working 10+ years for others as a hands-on engineer and later as a supervisor, I resigned in April 2012 to join forces with my wife (who is a Computer Engineer with a Master’s Degree and a Mathematician) in order to run our very own IT/Web consulting company full-time (where I was working part-time since 2003). I assumed the role of the Managing Partner for our company. Our company is a small LLC that does web development, film production, marketing, etc. My wife does all the technical work, while my roles as the Managing Partner are: [Read more…] about Early Financial Freedom: An Engineer’s Road to Early Retirement